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Chateau Labegorce Margaux 2014 750ML

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Retail: $54.99
Our Price: Price: $43.99
You Save: $11.00 (20.0%)
    Points to Purchase:880
    Points Earned:44
    Bonus Points Earned:0

    This Wine Is Rated:

    • JS 90 Points
    • RP 93 Points
    • WE 92 Points
    • WS 90 Points
    • AG 90 Points
    • VM 90 Points

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    Blend:
    58% Merlot
    40% Cabernet Sauvignon
    2% Petit Verdot

    The 2014 Labegorce is one those ”dark horses” of the vintage, a wine that has a prosperous future. It has a lovely, very pure and sensual bouquet with lifted redcurrant and wild strawberry scents that really evoke the essence of Margaux. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, well -udged acidity, good concentration with a satisfying raspberry preserve-infused finish that demonstrates superb persistence. I adored this Labegorce from barrel and now in bottle it does nothing to disprove my initial enthusiasm. Top Margaux ahoy!. - Robert Parker 93 Points


    This is a firm wine, dominated by tannins and dark layers of wood. The black-currant fruit is there to burst out as the wine matures over the next few years. The estate is close to the river, on a dense gravel rise, near Chateau Margaux. - Wine Enthusiast Magazine 92 Points


    Open, with a caressing feel to the mix of violet, plum and anise notes. Twinges of licorice snap and bay show on the finish, but this stays relatively graceful overall. A very pretty display of fruit. Drink now through 2026. 10,000 cases made. -JM - Wine Spectator Magazine 90 Points


    Super-ripe red cherry, plum, mocha, licorice and sweet French oak are some of the signatures of the 2014 Labegorce. A flamboyant, exuberant wine, the 2014 possesses good depth and balance. The oak is overpowering, which is a shame, as there is notable purity to the fruit. The blend is 58 % Merlot, 40 % Cabernet Sauvignon and 2 % Petit Verdot. - Antonio Galloni 90 Points


    Either you’ll like the hints of bell pepper and mint to this or not, but there’s a ton of blackcurrant and blackberry fruit. It’s medium-bodied with moderately dry tannins balanced out by a hint of sweetness. Good but not great length. - James Suckling 90 Points