A smooth, velvet-textured wine with beautifully integrated tannins and ripe berry flavours. Its soft texture and open structure make this a very approachable wine.
"Surprisingly, this 2014 shows more depth of colour than the superior 2016. There are ripe blackberry aromas on the nose. The attack is fresh and svelte, and the firm acidity gives tension. Spicy, elegant and long." 89 points, Best Buys of the Northern Medoc: Eight Top Estates, Decanter
Chateau Laujac 2014 Medoc
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