The wine hits all cylinders in 2010. The average alcohol for the bottled wine is 14%. It has a gorgeously sweet nose of creme de cassis, spring flowers, subtle barbecue smoke and charcoal followed by full body, beautiful intensity, great purity, stature a
Pinpoint but rich fruit in the form of blackcurrants, licorice, fresh herbs, blackberry leaf and cedar. Full body, structured tannins, vibrant acidity and a long finish. Wonderful combination of freshness and fruit. Delicious now but this will hold for ma
Wood-driven tannins dominate at this stage, creating a wine that is structured and dense. The tannins are layered with the weight of the black currant and plum fruits. Lascombes is still finding its style, but is definitely on the upward slope.
Dark and nicely toasty, with ample espresso and ganache up front, followed by steeped fig, blackberry and black currant fruit that rumbles through the finish. Features ample tarry grip, but eschews minerality and finesse for a direct and toast-driven appr
Open knit, fragrant, juicy, expressive. Cranberry and blackcurrant fruit with a gentle clove and cedar spice. A stone-cold classic example of the genre. Soft tannic bite. Refreshing acidity. Richard Hemming MW
The deep ruby purple 2010 Lascombes has notes of plums, blackberries, cedar and cassis, and has a palate packed with ripe fruits. This thick, dense, ripe wine is the only 2010 Margaux I tasted where I felt like reaching for some food and my fork and knife. Enjoy it as a full-bodied Bordeaux, made in a modern way with plenty of extraction and polish.by Jeannie Cho Lee in 2011