Château-Lanessan Haut Médoc 2010
James SucklingAromas of currants, plums, and minerals follow through full body, with chewy tannins and a chewy finish. Needs time to soften. Serious depth to this wine. Better in 2015.
Bottle ShopThis house favorite boasts a rich, complex style reminiscent of a full-bodied Pauillac. Look for black cherry, cedar, earth and spice notes on the nose and palate. Serve with classic steak dinners and/or hard, aged cheeses.
Wine AdvocateDark ruby/plum colored, with evolved notes of cedar wood, earth and underbrush, this wine possesses the classic tobacco leaf and black currants of a mid-level Medoc. It is medium-bodied, has good ripeness and should age nicely for 15 or more years.