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Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande 2016

2e Cru Classé, Pauillac AC
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96-97/100
James Suckling - Avril 2017
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Style de vin :

N° art. : 4819

Conditionnement :
75cl
Livraison: 5-10 jours ouvrables
CHF 186.00
bt.
Notes de dégustation
Robe : Très sombre.
Nez : Intense, au fruité très mûr. Notes de cèdre et de graphite.
Palais : Juteux et fruité, aux saveurs de mûres et de cassis en milieu de bouche. Tanins soyeux et finale persistante.
Conseils de service
Accords mets-vin :
Ravioles de champignons aux truffes, oie ou pigeonneau rôtis, agneau de lait au piment d'espelette, gigot de chevreuil aux marrons, brie farci aux noix, moelleux au chocolat servi avec de la glace au thym.
Température de service : 17 - 18°C
Autres informations
Vinification : Fermentation thermorégulée en cuves inox, cuvaison de 18 à 24 jours, élevage en barriques de chêne dont 80% de bois neuf.
Œnologue(s) : Hubert de Bouärd, Jacques Boissenot, Denis Dubourdieu
Fermeture : Bouchon en liège
Emballage : Caisse

Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande

James Suckling Avril 2017
96-97/100
Linear and racy with ultra-fine tannins and a gorgeous center palate. Full-bodied, tight and so polished. The classicism and beauty are exceptional. Love the texture. Better than 2015?
Jean-Marc Quarin Avril 2017
17.5/20
Couleur noire. Nez intense, au fruité très mûr. Superbe entrée en bouche ample, puis le vin monte au milieu et évolue savoureux, juteux et particulièrement fruité, vers une finale à la tanicité un brin marquée. Très bonne longueur. Assemblage : 75 % cabernet sauvignon, 21 % merlot, 4 % cabernet franc. Degré d’alcool : 13.3º, pH : 3.76 (moyenne plus), IPT : 81 (le plus important observé). Rendement : 40 hl/ha. Sélection : 50 % de premier vin.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Avril 2017
96-98/100
The 2016 Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande is a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc (compare that to the 2010 that had 66% Cabernet Sauvignon, for example--that should give you some pointers). The alcohol level is 13.32% and a pH of 3.76. I tasted from a new oak barrel and the final blend will include around 60% new wood and 40% one year old, which is something I took into account. It has a very succinct bouquet, one that is almost understated at first, gradually unfolding with blackberry, cedar and graphite scents, in the vein of say the 1986 or 1996 Pichon Lalande of the past. The palate is very well balanced and what I appreciate here is that it is still as much identifiable as Pichon Lalande as it is a Pauillac and a 2016. There is that touch of roundness imparted by the Merlot, even though the Cabernet dominates the blend, surely the terroir sculpting the wine. It gently builds in intensity, maintaining freshness, a gentle but insistent grip towards the finish and a very long aftertaste. This is probably just a notch up on the outstanding 2015 Pichon-Lalande, a Rolls Royce with a purring engine.
Decanter Avril 2017
98/100
Beautiful mix of power and restraint that you can almost reach out and touch. The extraction is so silky that the effect is a wine that seems endless, suspended above your palate, caressing it and teasing you to find the tannins that are very much hidden. There are some rich coffee seams that fill out on the mid-palate with cassis and ripe blackberry notes, whipped together with violets and peonies. The juicy, mouthwatering quality just keeps on coming. The blend is 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc from yields around 40hl/ha and with an IPT of 82, 10% higher than in 2010 but you simply can't tell. This is clearly going to age and age. One of the wines of the vintage, and I am ready to be seduced.
Wine Enthusiast Avril 2017
96-98/100
 
Jancis Robinson Avril 2017
17/20
 
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