Lynch Bages 2010

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Tasting Notes and Scores

Wine Advocate

The 2010 Lynch Bages is an absolutely brilliant wine, and somewhat reminiscent at this stage in its development of the profound 1989. Jean-Charles Cazes, who took over for his father a number of years ago, has produced a magnificent wine with the classic creme de cassis note intermixed with smoke, graphite and spring flowers. It is a massive Lynch Bages, full-bodied and very 1989-ish, with notable power, loads of tannin, and extraordinary concentration and precision. This is not a Lynch Bages to drink in its exuberant youth, but one to hold on to for 5-6 years and drink over the following three decades.

Robert Parker (Wine Advocate #205, Feb 2013)

Neal Martin

Tasted blind at the Southwold Bordeaux 2010 tasting. The Chateau Lynch Bages appears to be going from strength to strength in this vintage. The 2010 has a glorious bouquet with intense blackberry and boysenberry fruit laced with minerals and cedar - beautifully defined and "symmetrical". The palate is medium-bodied with fine definition and a real sense of edginess and tension. Lovely focus and poise, superbly judged acidity and wonderful mineralite on the finish. Superb. Tasted January 2014.

–, Mar 2014

Michael Schuster

5th Growth Pauillac (70% GV, 13.6%) [79CS/18M/2CF/1PV] Deep, raw blackcurrant and mineral fruit to smell; concentrated, vigorous medium to full bodied wine with a fine, but very firm tannin emphasised by the vigorous acidity; deeply sapid flavour, vivid blackcurrant essence at heart, but with a very mineral backdrop and firm, but not coarse, dry tannins; sappy and packed with flavour, but without being heavy, and with fine fruit cored, vital energetic length. Firm, aristocratic, long term LB. 2022-35+ [M.Schuster, Bordeaux Mar/Apr 2011]

Wine Spectator

Roasted cedar, tobacco and bay leaf notes start off this structured but lively bottling, with intense currant, blackberry and black cherry flavors at the core. The iron-laced grip and pleasantly austere plum pit and licorice snap accents fill in on the tar-tinged finish. Great range, character and typicity. If you ever need to explain Pauillac to someone, give them this. Best from 2018 through 2037.

–, Mar 2013

James Suckling

A wine with great beauty and finesse. Such elegance and ethereal quality for this estate. Full body, with ultra-fine tannins and a juicy delicious finish. Long and beautiful. This is the best Lynch in a long, long time. I love the precision here. Try in 2018.

–, Nov 2013

Wine Lister

Quality 888 | Brand 997 | Economics 926 | buzz brand, investment staple
Quality: Predicted life of 23 years, one of the longest drinking windows in its peer group for the 2010 vintage, which averages 13 years Brand: #3 strongest restaurant presence on Wine Lister, featuring on 54 of the world's top wine lists, including Auberge du Soleil Economics: Below its peer group average price of £117 for the 2010 vintage Production: Older vines than its peer group average of 32 years

- June 2017