Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend

9.21058 ratings
9.1183 pro ratings
Pauillac, Médoc, Bordeaux, France
Red Bordeaux Blend
Chili & Hot Spicy, Potato, White Rice, Mushrooms, Pasta, Pork, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Lamb, Tomato-Based, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Beef, Hard Cheese, Venison
Top Notes For
Lyn Farmer

A stunning wine with exquisite balance of cassis, blackberry and black cherry fruit and a panoply of savory notes including violet, leather, cigar box and cedar. A beautiful wine entering a period of gradually maturing drinkability

A stunning wine with exquisite balance of cassis, blackberry and black cherry fruit and a panoply of savory notes including violet, leather, cigar box and cedar. A beautiful wine entering a period of gradually maturing drinkability

Dec 17th, 2018
Ron Haber

Still young-tobacco-gravelly dark fruit. Letting it air for 30 minutes after initial taste at least.

Still young-tobacco-gravelly dark fruit. Letting it air for 30 minutes after initial taste at least.

Jun 9th, 2018
Tracy Hall

W O W!

W O W!

Jun 7th, 2018
Peter van den Besselaar

Vintage 2006 - combines power with elegance. Velvety taste. Evolution in colour, very rich nose with chocolate, cedar, red fruit. #pauillac

Vintage 2006 - combines power with elegance. Velvety taste. Evolution in colour, very rich nose with chocolate, cedar, red fruit. #pauillac

May 22nd, 2018
Chris MacLean

Perfectly balanced and great earthiness but lacking the vibrancy you might expect from this producer.

Perfectly balanced and great earthiness but lacking the vibrancy you might expect from this producer.

Apr 11th, 2018
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9.5

The 2014 Grand-Puy Lacoste has a bouquet with blackberry, boysenberry, mint and graphite, well defined and focused. It does not have to try too hard to give so much pleasure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, very crisp acidity, beautifully proportioned with a veneer of top quality new oak that will need three or four years to be fully subsumed. But the purity and elegance of this Pauillac cannot be denied – a quite brilliant contribution to the 2014 vintage. Tasted blind at the annual Southwold tasting. (Neal Martin, Vinous, March 2018)

The 2014 Grand-Puy Lacoste has a bouquet with blackberry, boysenberry, mint and graphite, well defined and focused. It does not have to try too hard to give so much pleasure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, very crisp acidity, beautifully proportioned with a veneer of top quality new oak that will need three or four years to be fully subsumed. But the purity and elegance of this Pauillac cannot be denied – a quite brilliant contribution to the 2014 vintage. Tasted blind at the annual Southwold tasting. (Neal Martin, Vinous, March 2018)

Mar 28th, 2018
Peter Godoff

Still drinking well.

Still drinking well.

Sep 9th, 2017
Yoon Ha

Master Sommelier/Wine Director Benu

9.5

Ready to go and showing no signs of distress. If anything, it's still a bit compact, given the age and classification.

Ready to go and showing no signs of distress. If anything, it's still a bit compact, given the age and classification.

5 people found it helpfulNov 2nd, 2014
Tracy Hall

This is in a perfect place. Floral nose with red fruits. Smooth and beautiful with a great finish.

This is in a perfect place. Floral nose with red fruits. Smooth and beautiful with a great finish.

2 people found it helpfulDec 22nd, 2017
John Riddick

The treat of the evening. I love the mineral component. 2000 vintage is hitting its stride.

The treat of the evening. I love the mineral component. 2000 vintage is hitting its stride.

2 people found it helpfulJan 14th, 2017