Château Langoa Barton 2020 Saint-Julien 3e Grand Cru Classé
James Suckling (in bottle tasting) 97 | The Wine Advocate 93-95 | Neal Martin 92-94 | Decanter 92 punten
- SmaakprofielKrachtig & Complex
- Land & RegioFrankrijk, Bordeaux, Saint-Julien
- 100% proefgarantie
- Gratis bezorgd vanaf €125,-
- Levering binnen 2 tot 3 werkdagen
- Verzekerd verzonden & zorgvuldig verpakt
✔ Uitstekende prijs/kwaliteit
✔ Niet langer de ‘lichte’ versie van Léoville-Barton
Gerespecteerd wijnkenner Neal Martin (Vinous): ‘...a really gorgeous, very pure bouquet…The new oak seems a little more pronounced compared to recent vintages and yet it is in sync with the fruit. This is quite an audacious Langoa, and you what? It pulls it off’ (92-94/100 punten). Meer recensies vindt u onder de tab Recensies.
Het rendement was in oogstjaar 2020 slechts 34 hl/ha. Blend van 53,5% cabernet sauvignon, 38% merlot en 8,5 % cabernet franc.
in bottle tasting
This is very linear and structured, with blackcurrant, pine-needle, graphite and cedar aromas and flavors. Intense. Full-bodied, chalky and intense. Superb. Best of the trilogy. Drink after 2027.
The Wine Advocate
Sporting a deep purple-black color, the 2020 Langoa Barton needs a little swirling to unlock youthfully muted scents of warm cassis, black cherry preserves and boysenberries, plus hints of menthol, graphite, tilled soil and bouquet garni. The medium-bodied palate is delicately played with impressive freshness delivered by the red berry and herbal sparks within a black-fruit core, with grainy tannins to support, finishing long and invigorating.
Not quite as generous as Léoville Barton, replaced with classicism and subdued tannins, as we see the impact of a slightly cooler terroir. Juicy finish, black fruits, plenty of life and lift through the palate. Enjoyable, but closed in with clove spice that is very clear on the finish. Tasted twice. A yield of 34hl/ha. Harvest September 14 to 28.
Neal Martin (Vinous)
The 2020 Langoa Barton has a really gorgeous, very pure bouquet of crushed violets infusing black cherry, blueberry and black plummy scents. The new oak seems a little more pronounced compared to recent vintages and yet it is in sync with the fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent ripe tannins that disguise the structure underneath, the counterbalancing acidity line keeping everything focused and fresh. This is quite an audacious Langoa, and you what? It pulls it off.