Chateau Lascombes 2015, Margaux 750ml
Château Lascombes can be traced back to the 17th century. The name of Château Lascombes originated from the Lascombes family, which has been in charge of this winery for a century. After experiencing the ravages of the French Revolution and changing hands several times, in 1952 Alexis Lichine bought Château Lascombes. Alexis completely rebuilt the manor, innovated the vineyard and wine cellar, not only reversed the disadvantages, but also expanded the area of the vineyard. When the Bordeaux Grand Cru was listed in 1855, Chateau Luxkin was rated as a second-class winery.
Château Lascombes quality wines were very popular in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s. In 2001, Château Lascombes entered a critical period of rapid development, because they strongly invited Dominique Befve, the former chief winemaker of Château Lafite Rothschild, as the chief winemaker and general manager.
After Dominique Befve took office, Château Lascombes launched a new brewing method, which not only accelerated the improvement of wine quality, but also continuously received more than 90 points of high evaluation from international critic Robert Parker, making Château Lascombes the fastest growing Bordeaux since the 21st century. One of the listed wineries.
Château Lascombes 2015 is a medium to deep garnet red purple, exuding beautiful aromas of black forest cake, violets, blackcurrants and cultivated land, with a touch of bushes and potpourri. The wine is medium-bodied, very refined and elegant, with strong restrained and earthy flavors, with a long and salty aftertaste.