Château Lynch Bages

Château Lynch-Bages

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 1990

Dark ruby center with lighter tawny rims. Not quite opaque. Nose is quiet at first and doesn't bloom until 3+ hours in a decanter. Notes of dark fruit, tobacco, leather saddle, barnyard ground, some stones and minerals, brush-like spice and some mocha. Seductive in the mouth. Great balance between very present fruit with good structure and softened tannins. Haven't had this in awhile, and this wine still is hitting it out of the park. At peak but it'll be around for the long haul. Started out second to the 94 Dominus and then took the race by a nose in the stretch. — 12 days ago

Juan, Bob and 26 others liked this

Château Haut-Bages Averous

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 1988

Very nice celebration vine. Still kickin — 11 days ago

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Château Lynch-Bages

Echo de Lynch-Bages Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2018

Ken Z

Drank 3/18/21

On the nose blackberry, cocoa blueberry,and earth.
Flavors of blackberry, earth, tar, cocoa, and espresso. Tannins are firm, but in balance with the wine. Long finish, with black fruit and earth.

3/22/8/4/4 +50 = 91 pts.

Better from the Reidel than the Zalto stem
— 5 months ago

Ken, Tom and 19 others liked this

Brunier & Lynch

Les Pallieres Racines Grenache Blend 2016

Stewed fruit and red candy. Nice spicy notes. A dusty violet smell. Cherries. Also some cocoa, black licorice and woody tannins on the finish. Elegant overall, this shows an expressive, not overly modern approach. While I find myself wishing it was a touch less ripe and sweet, that is the style I suppose. — 9 days ago

Tom, Peter and 14 others liked this

Domaine Dupeuble

Pere et Fils Beaujolais Kermit Lynch 2020

Fresh and inviting on the nose, with fruitiness and allure. Some dustiness over it all lends to the mystery.
So drinkable and fruity.
Good party wine and potentially a pairing bombshell.
— 14 days ago

Château Lynch-Moussas

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2016

Already ready to drink. Intense, Cabernet-driven Bordeaux, with deep black cherry and plum flavors. Powerful earthy nose. Superb value and a paragon of Pauillac. Great with Secret de Compostelle cheese. — 17 days ago

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Château Musar

Bekaa Valley Red Blend 1998

Had it next to a 86 Lynch Bages and held its own…. nuff said. Vibrant. — 5 months ago

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Château Haut-Bages Libéral

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2010

This is one beautiful wine. I opened the 2010 Château Haut-Bages Libéral. Pauillac 5th Growth Château from the Left Bank Bordeaux. The blend is 72% Cabernet Sauvignon and 28% Merlot.

On the nose there is black cherry, blackberry, black plum, black currant, mocha, mint, herbs, smokey camp fire, cedar, crushed gravel and earth.

On the palate there is black cherry, blackberry, blueberry, black currant, herbs, smoeky oak, graphite and earth.

This is a wonderful full bodied wine with a fresh creamy mouthfeel medium + acidity and medium + mouthcoating polished tannins with a very expressive long red & black fruit graphite finish. I hope everyone's weekend has been eventful and I wish everyone a wonderful week ahead. Please stay safe and healthy. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷
— 5 days ago

John, Aravind and 25 others liked this

Domaine Gachot-Monot

Côte de Nuits-Villages Pinot Noir 2017

Well balanced Kermit Lynch selection. — 2 days ago

Daniel P., Ron and 1 other liked this

Domaine du Vieux Collège

Vieilles Vignes Marsannay Pinot Noir 2018

Domaine du Vieux Collège, Marsannay vieilles vignes Pinot Noir 2018

Very nice and concentrated nose with a bright cherry note along with a strawberry touch. There are some secondary aromas too like vanilla and coffee. A tiny funky note lurks around too. The palate is very nice too and rather round. There is an acid backbone, yes but it's less linear and acid driven than most of the Pinot Noir I have had from the region. A big bright cherry shines around, good width with a bit of matter, a silky, soft mouthfeel giving way to very subtle tannins bringing a little distorsion to the force. The finish is fresh, vibrant and leaning toward cherry with a little licorice twist that I had never encountered in burgundy Pinot yet. Now I understand what
@Timothy Lynch was saying about this wine making style that might disturb some in the region. The funky nose, the concentrated palate relying less on the acid backbone and that funny, surprising licorice finish is definitely not an usual style. But I like it too😊 this reminds me very much of Foillard's style further south
— a day ago

Severn, Peter and 6 others liked this
Timothy Lynch

Timothy Lynch

I am flattered to be mentioned in your review, Daniel. Continued success, mate.
Daniel M

Daniel M

Well Timothy you led the charge about this producer and I can only agree with your comment so credit goes where it's due 😉