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2006 Château Lafleur

Flagge Rotwein
Weinart: Rotwein
Rebsorte: Merlot, Cabernet Franc
Flagge Frankreich
Land: Frankreich
Region: Bordeaux
Appellation: Pomerol
Stilistik: komplex, vielschichtig
Ausbau: Barrique/ Holzfass
Geschmacksrichtung: trocken
Trinktemperatur: 15-18°C
Suckling 93 /100
Vinous 93+ /100
Wine Spectator 93 /100
Parker 93 /100
Allergene: Sulfite,  Abfüllerinformation

898,00 €*

Inhalt: 0.75 Liter (1.197,33 €* / 1 Liter)

Sofort verfügbar, Lieferzeit 2-4 Tage (Ins Ausland abweichende Lieferzeiten)

Produktnummer: 10695


Good full, deep red. Brooding aromas of black cherry, cherry pit and licorice, plus a note that reminded me of a liqueur of flowers. Sweet, chewy and very ripe, but with restraint and focus to the youthful, mineral-driven flavors of dark fruits, licorice and pepper. This shows the cooler, medicinal cast of a classic young Lafleur and although almost surprisingly silky now, this really calls for extended cellaring.

- Stephen Tanzer (05/2009)

James Suckling

On the nose this shows many of the floral and dark berry notes of the 2005, but less intense. Full and silky, with beautiful juicy fruit on the palate and a long, delicate finish. I love how this prepares your palate for pleasure. Don’t touch this until 2015. Find the wine. (04/2011)

Wine Spectator

This starts off very slow, then opens to violet and lilac, with crushed raspberry and strawberry. Full-bodied, with racy, intense acidity and tannins. Powerful and layered, with wonderful, subtle fruit and a long finish. Best after 2015. (06/2009)

Parker – Wine Advocate

Tasted at the château and then blind at Farr Vintners' tasting, the 2006 Lafleur is a vintage that I have not tasted for a few years. It has a well-defined bouquet with kirsch, strawberry, touches of melted tar and that hint of cooked meat that I picked up on out of barrel. The palate is medium-bodied with slightly coarse tannin on the entry, tarry black fruit, cohesive in the mouth with a touch of black pepper that leads to a conservative finish, which feels just a little austere at the moment. It is an impressive Lafleur from Jacques Guinaudeau, even if I would not place it within the top tier of vintages that he has overseen with his son Baptiste in recent years. Tasted April 2016.

- Neal Martin (05/2016)
Château Lafleur