Lagrange Saint-Julien, Tasting notes, Bordeaux wines, France

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> 1997 Lagrange - Saint-Julien, Bordeaux, France

1997 Lagrange : Nice ruby colour. Oaky nose with an interesting evolution towards humus, blackcurrant fruit and vanilla. Long and fruity mouth, slight acidity but lacks a little bit of tannins to be a great wine (maybe the trademark of the vintage?). Extremely nice to drink now and certainly for the next 10 years. 87/100

> 2001 Lagrange - Saint-Julien, Bordeaux, France

2007 April - Oaky, cedar and ripe red fruit bouquet. Dynamic attack that hits all the parts of the tongue. But the midpalate doesn't manage to convince me as there is something disjointed and weird about the wine. The taste is typical Saint Julien but only of modest concentration and the finish is fairly brisk. A below average Lagrange.

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