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Château Lynch-Bages 2016

5e Cru Classé, Pauillac AC
Stock limité !

N° art. : 4306

Conditionnement :
75cl
Livraison: 5-10 jours ouvrables
CHF 150.00
bt.
Notes de dégustation
Robe : Sombre aux reflets pourpre.
Nez : Concentré, qui développe des arômes de mûres et de fleurs.
Palais : Dense, tannique, aux notes de fruits noirs avec une pointe de menthe en finale. Sensationnel !
Conseils de service
Accords mets-vin :
Selle d'agneau, sauté de bœuf, oie aux poires et au gingembre, canard aux épices, spécialités de gibier.
Température de service : 16 - 18°C
Autres informations
Vinification : Fermentation en cuves acier avec régulation des températures, élevage de 15 mois en barriques de chêne français dont 75% de bois neuf.
Œnologue(s) : Jérôme Le Roux
Fermeture : Bouchon en liège
Emballage : Caisse

Château Lynch-Bages

Jean-Marc Quarin Avril 2017
19/20
Couleur noire et pourpre. Nez intense, fin, fruité, pur et suave. Notes de mûres et d’âtre de cheminée (le marqueur du cabernet sauvignon). Grande entrée en bouche ample et juteuse. Le vin se met à fondre avec beaucoup de goût et très vite une grande énergie. Tannique, mais sans cesse enrobé, il évolue riche, sèveux, avec une âpreté un peu plus marquée cette année que sur d’autres vins. C’est du Lynch Bages plus ! Très grande longueur. Dans l’histoire des vins du Médoc, il se pourrait que ce Lynch Bages 2016 succède au mythique Mouton Rothschild 1945, justement de par cette extraction un peu plus poussée et non volontaire. Assemblage : 75 % cabernet sauvignon, 4 % cabernet franc, 2 % petit verdot, 19 % merlot - Degré d’alcool : 13°3 (moyenne) – pH : 3,66 (moyenne moins) – IPT : 90 (le plus haut jamais fait). Sélection : 65 % de premier vin. Longévité : 100 ans.
James Suckling Avril 2017
98-99/100
This is really back-ended thanks to a powerful and almost endless finish. Full-bodied, dense and powerful with incredible concentration and length. Round and polished tannins. Layered. This unravels bit by bit. Energetic acidity gives it such superb freshness. This is at the 2010/2009 level.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Avril 2017
97-99/100
The 2016 Lynch Bages is a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot with 13.7% alcohol and an IPT of 95, the highest ever for this property and probably one of the highest on the Left Bank this vintage. It was picked between from 27-30 September for the young vines, then the picking team stopped, restarting on 3 October with the Merlot and the Cabernets finished on 12 October. This vintage is matured in 75% new oak. It has a very concentrated, almost opaque bouquet that required some coaxing from the glass, developing floral and crushed limestone scents with time: disarmingly fresh and with stunning vivacity. The palate is concentrated and tannic, although they are not obtrusive and appear neatly embroidered into the multi-layered black fruit. This is a classic Lynch Bages with ambition and recalls vintages like 1990, a Lynch Bages built for long-term ageing. That arching backbone is counterbalanced by the keen line of acidity and a freshness that knows no bounds. There is ethereal delineation and tension on the finish, but I would give this at least ten years in bottle to enjoy this audacious Lynch Bages at its peak. Maybe the biggest surprise of the vintage, this has all the makings of a sensational wine.
Wine Spectator Avril 2017
96-99/100
 
Decanter Avril 2017
95/100
As we have increasingly seen in recent years, Lynch-Bages has shifted up a gear to go fuller, bigger and darker. The IPTs are around 95 here, which is unusual even in the northern Médoc, although they are unquestionably yielding, pliable and expertly worked tannins. The result is a hugely impressive wine with a creamy texture through the mid-palate and lashings of dark fruits, graphite and the essential addition of mint leaf freshness on the finish. From a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot, with a yield around 42hl/ha, a touch lower than some because the deep gravel produced small berries, all coming in at 3.66pH and accounting for 65% of the overall production. This is a great Lynch without doubt, one for Pauillac purists who are looking for powerful impact.
Yves Beck Avril 2017
95-97/100
 
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