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2019 Ch Labégorce - Margaux

€ 28,50 (€ 34,49)

Formaat:75 cl
Aantal flessen :6
Type :Houten kist
Verkrijgbaar per fles:ja
Categorie:Rode wijn
Bewaarpotentieel:Op dronk maar met bewaarpotentieel
Wijnstreek:Bordeaux - Médoc & Haut Médoc, Saint Estèphe, Pauillac, Saint Julien & Margaux
Score:VD 94
Foodpairing:Andere lekkernijen, Lamsvlees, Milder wild, Rundsvlees, Stoofschotels met vlees
Netto E.P./fl. excl. BTW € 28,50
Netto E.P./fl. incl. BTW € 34,49

46% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Cabernet Franc en 5% Petit Verdot. Waw ! Die hyper gefruiteerde attaque en succulente milieu de bouche heeft wat te vertellen. De causaliteit is duidelijk : aciditeit en tannine werden met juiste inzichten beoordeeld. De persoonlijkheid is vrolijk, compleet en verfijnd. Deze mooie Labégorce 2019 lijkt nu al onweerstaanbaar en proeft duidelijk naar méér : « A table ! »


94 Neal Martin – (Februari 2022)
The 2019 Labégorce was the first vintage vinified in the new cellar and also the first to use Cabernet Franc from the north part of the appellation, on more limestone soils, a massal selection from an organic producer in the south of France. Matured in 40% new oak, this has a voluminous, multifaceted bouquet, a mixture of red and black fruit, cedar and perhaps more rose petal than violet at the moment. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannins, very well balanced, and a little spicier than I found from barrel, leading to a detailed, tensile finish. Drink 2024-2045.

93-95 Neal Martin – (Juni 2020)
The 2019 Labégorce, picked from 19 September to 12 October and matured in 40% new oak, has one of the more flamboyant Margaux bouquets with expressive black cherries, bilberry, light cedar notes and crushed violet. It develops impressive cohesion with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied and what you first notice is the finesse of the tannins. This has a satin-like texture and very well judged acidity. The new oak does poke out a little on the finish - if that can be assimilated during its barrel maturation, this could turn into a very serious Margaux. Drink 2024-2045.

93 Antonio Galloni – (Februari 2022)
The 2019 Labégorce is a rich, heady wine. Succulent black cherry, plum, espresso, licorice, menthol and chocolate are all dialed up. Readers will find an extroverted, lush Margaux. Soft curves and layers of plush fruit add to its considerable immediacy. Drink 2027-2039.

91-93 Antonio Galloni – (Juni 2020)
The 2019 Labégorce is rich, ample and expressive. Dark cherry, tobacco, menthol, new oak, licorice, chocolate and new leather all flesh out as this succulent Margaux shows off its soft curves and overall allure. This is a pretty flashy style, but it works well. This Merlot-rich Margaux Cru Bourgeois hits all the right notes. There is a lot of wine here.

90 William Kelley - (April 2022)
The 2019 Labégorce has turned out nicely, offering up aromas of smoky berry fruit, cassis, incense and subtle hints of loamy soil. Medium to full-bodied, seamless and lively, with good depth and ripe, gently chewy tannins, this is a fine effort. Drink 2021-2040.

89-91 Lisa Perrotti-Brown – (Juni 2020)
The 2019 Labégorce is a blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Franc and 6% Petit Verdot, harvested from the 19th of September to the 12th of October. It has an alcohol of 14% and is being aged in French oak barrels, 40% new. Deep garnet-purple in color, the nose offers fragrant scents of damp soil, cedar chest, dried lavender and incense over a core of stewed plums, blackcurrant pastilles and chargrill with a waft of dried herbs. The medium-bodied palate is pretty much open for business with bags of juicy black fruit and an approachable chewiness to the texture, finishing savory.

92 Jane Anson – (Juni 2020)
The largest of the Perrodo estates in Margaux, this is a little heavier set and muscular than the Marquis d'Alesme, extremely accomplished and majoring on coffee beans and tobacco alongside blackcurrant fruits. Enjoyable, a little less signature Margaux that its sibling property but this is a delicious gourmet-edged wine, and a brilliant (relatively) value choice in the appellation. Drink 2025-2040.

91-92 James Suckling – (Juni 2020)
A creamy, refined red with currant and berry aromas and flavors. Hints of citrus and chocolate. Medium to full body with ripe, creamy tannins.

92-94 Jeff Leve – (Juni 2020)
Wet earth, spice, tobacco leaf, oak, smoke, black and red fruits are the first things one notices, but not the last. The wine is rich, refined, elegant and fresh. The fruit is ripe, pure and vibrant. The energy, length and delicious, ripe, sweet fruit and spice in the finish is a treat. Today, it is hard to find a better wine for the money in the ever-increasingly expensive Margaux appellation. The wine is a blend of 45% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Cabernet Franc and 6% Petit Verdot that reached 14 alcohol. The wine is aging in 40% new, French oak.

93-94 Terre de Vins – (Juni 2020)

2019, un grand millésime ? Oui, c’est certain ! Un millésime contemporain par son charme, moderne dans sa manière de chercher à répondre à toutes nos problématiques et attentes. Ce millésime présente un équilibre parfait, un éclat de fruit rare, une fraîcheur étonnante, une réelle pureté aromatique portée par une structure suave, 2019 est une délicieuse gourmandise. 


Labégorce is met zijn 65 hectare de referentie in het Noorden van de appellatie Margaux naast Lascombes. De wijngaard is aangeplant met 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot en 10% Cabernet Franc en Petit Verdot op een densiteit van zomaar eventjes 10.000 wijnstokken per hectare. De gemiddelde leeftijd van de wijngaard was 29 jaar in 2018. Er is grote aandacht voor biodiversiteit in de wijngaard. Labégorce staat ook voor girl power, want deze Margaux wordt (net als Marquis d’Alesme) volledig door dames vervaardigd: eigenares Nathalie Perrodo, wijnmaakster Marjolaine Maurice-de-Coninck en directrice Delphine Dariol Kolasa. In 2009 werd het Belglische Labégorce Zédé opgenomen in dit ensemble dat over de Gironde uitkijkt. Dit prachtig terroir werd niet geclasseerd in 1855 en biedt ook daarom bang for your buck.