Château Léoville Barton 2ème Cru Classé Saint-Julien AC

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Land
FRANKREICH
Region
Bordeaux
Unterregion
Médoc
Alkoholgehalt
13% Vol.
Trinkreife
TI
Allergene
enthält Sulfite
Produzent
Langoa & Leoville Barton, 33250 Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, Frankreich
Bewertung
94 Punkte Neal Martin
94 Punkte Quarin
96 Punkte Robert Parker
98 Punkte Wine Spectator
19 Punkte WeinWisser
Verfügbare Jahrgänge
1993
1996
1999
2000
2003
2012
2013
Verfügbare Größen
1,5 l

Beschreibung


Winespectator 98 Punkte
Intense blackberry and cherry, with hints of currant. Toasted oak and sweet tobacco too. Roses and other flowers, such as lilacs. Full-bodied, with masses of tannins yet incredibly long and seductive.

Parker 95 Punkte
One cannot admire enough proprietor Anthony Barton and his classic, potentially long-lived wines that are models of power, elegance, and longevity -in short, these wines symbolize what makes Bordeaux so world-renowned! Probably capable of rivaling the 2000, the uncompromisingly made, formidably powerful, masculine, and highly extracted 2003 has an inky purple color to the rim, a big, deep personality with a tight but promising nose of forest floor, creme de cassis, smoke, charcoal, licorice, and perhaps even truffle. It is layered, rich, and set for an exceptionally long life, but don´t expect to get a lot of joy even in this somewhat overtly styled vintage for at least another 7-8 years.

Neal Martin 94 Punkte
The Leoville Barton 2003 has a lifted bouquet of blackberry, raspberry coulis, liquorice and flecks of dark chocolate - all very defined and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with a sumptuous entry - seamless tannins, quite plush in the mouth but perhaps missing some complexity and vigour towards the finish