Château Lynch Bages 2013
In a vintage deemed difficult, some wines have succeeded in 2013, Château Lynch-Bages undeniably left.
Château Lynch-Bages 2013 has a pleasing bouquet of ripe blackberries and crunchy red fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with good density on the entry, roundness and a beautiful texture. The wines were a little green, but today, with a few years in the bottle, a fault largely forgotten, the wines are very pleasant to drink.
The advice of 12bouteilles: This is a nice quality/price rate that deserves to be accompanied by a tasty dish such as a rack of lamb or roast game. Do not hesitate to decant at least 1 hour before tasting.
About the Château:
Located in Pauillac on the former hamlet of Bages, formerly owned by the Lynch family, the 5 th vintage Château Lynch-Bages has been owned by the Cazes family for three generations and is successfully piloting it. This magnificent estate owes its name to the ancient hamlet of Bages, which for centuries has been home to generations of wine growers.
Lynch-Bages is now a reference in Bordeaux, still robust, it is difficult for an amateur not to own a few bottles of this vintage.
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