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Château Léoville Las Cases 2018

Vin rouge | 2e Cru Classé, Saint-Julien AC

Le Grand Vin de Léoville est issu des terroirs d’exception provenant du cadastre de l’ancien Domaine de Léoville. Ces terroirs se situent pour l’essentiel dans le Clos Léoville Las Cases, à la sortie du Bourg de Saint-Julien, en direction de Pauillac. L’expression complexe et aboutie des Cabernets Sauvignons et des Cabernets Francs confère au Grand Vin de Léoville du Marquis de Las Cases une typicité totalement propre, très anciennement et universellement reconnue.

Prix habituel CHF 310.00/bt
Prix habituel Prix promotionnel CHF 310.00/bt /bt
  • France Bordeaux
  • Merlot
    Cabernet Franc
    Cabernet Sauvignon
  • 5 - 20 ans
  • 14.50% vol.
Récompenses et avis des professionnels
  • 99 100
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
    The 2018 Léoville Las Cases is composed of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Cabernet Franc and 9% Merlot, harvested September 15 to October 4 with yields of 35.5 hectoliters per hectare, it has 14.49% alcohol and was aged in 90% new barriques. Deep purple-black colored, it needs a fair bit of coaxing to reveal striking scents of blackcurrant pastilles, wild blueberries and redcurrant jelly, giving way to notions of crushed rocks, lavender, Indian spices, unsmoked cigars and black truffles, plus a provocative waft of rose oil. The full-bodied palate is densely laden with black fruit preserves and earthy layers, accented by bright, lively red berry and floral sparks. It has a rock-solid frame of firm, ripe, grainy tannins and bold freshness, finishing very long and wonderfully minerally. The tannins are so beautifully approachable even at this youthful stage, making it delicious to drink now, but afford it 5-6 years in bottle to allow those finer nuances to emerge and drink it over the next 40+ years. - Lisa Perrotti-Brown.
  • 99 100
    James Suckling
    An elegant, complex nose of blackberries, blueberries and herbal and spice notes with dark-chocolate and earthy undertones. Violets, flowers and graphite, too. It’s full-bodied with firm, layered tannins and a crushed-stone undertone throughout the fresh, velvety and layered palate. Very complex, muscular and formed. The finish is endless. Lowest percentage of press wine ever in this. So deep. Try after 2027.
  • 99 100
    Alexandre Ma
    80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Merlot, and 9% Cabernet Franc contribute a classical signature to Léoville Las Cases in 2018, grand and magnificent with a sense of harmony. The nose is a bit discreet at first, but I can still feel every precise detail. After swirling the glass, it seems someone drops down a basket of dried flowers, and my entire body is bathed under the FLORAL RAINFALL. 90% of new oak and nicely mature grapes create cashmere carpet-like tannins and tiramisu-like texture. Scents of Chinese medicine’s freshness toward the finish offer a graceful elegance in the hot vintage of 2018. Heavenly masterpiece is the most appropriate expression for Léoville Las Cases 2018. Please keep it for your next generation…
  • 99 100
    Decanter
    This has such a textured, ripe, plump and poised black fruit character that is clear from the aromatics alone. Mouthfilling with huge texture and density, full of licorice root, black chocolate shavings and cocoa pod with crème de cassis edging. This is delicious and has chewy tannins that you can pick up with a shovel. One of the 'wines of the vintage'. Only 2% of press wine (unusually low, as it can go up to 15% in some years). It grips on tight to the finish - extremely impressive. 90% new oak. 80IPT. 3.65pH. A yield of 35.5hl/ha. - Jane Anson.
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Château Léoville Las Cases 2018
Prix habituel CHF 310.00/bt
Prix habituel Prix promotionnel CHF 310.00/bt /bt
Robe
Robe

Pourpre violacé.

Nez
Nez

Bouquet intense aux notes de cassis, mûres et charbon de bois.

Palais
Palais

Corsé avec une intensité et d'une vivacité aux notes de mûres racé, épicé et complexe.

Château Léoville Las Cases

Château Léoville Las Cases

Suite à la Révolution française, le domaine de Léoville fut divisé entre 1826 et 1840. C'est ainsi que le domaine de Léoville Las Cases est né. Depuis la fin du XIXe siècle, le domaine viticole quelque 55 ha est choyé par la famille Delon.
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