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    Labegorce

    Château Labegorce is situated close to Château Lascombes, and the estate has been on a steadily upswing since it was acquired by the Perrodo family in 1989. Hubert Perrodo was tragically killed in a skiing accident in 2006, but his daughter Nathalie now runs all the family estates extremely ably. Readers will recall the almost unbelievable ascent of Château Marquis d’Alesme in recent years … well that estate is also owned and managed by Nathalie Perrodo.

    The recent arrival of Marjolaine de Coninck (as General Director) and the well-known oenologist Claude Gros have further improved the vineyard quality and winery facilities via significant investment. And of course, as a Margaux Third Growth, the underlying terroir has never been in question. Today Labegorce is an “estate on the uptick” (Jeb Dunnuck) which is finally “performing at its peak” (Wine Enthusiast).

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    Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
    Labegorce 2010 (12x75cl)
    HK$3,645.00
    2010

    Labegorce 2010 (12x75cl)

    Wine Enthusiast (95)

    94-96 Powerful and dense, the wine has all the right weight to go with the tannins. It is finely concentrated, a powerhouse of richness without any sense of excess.
    Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
    3-4 months

    Bordeaux 12x75cl 1 95 (WE) Read Review/Description HK$3,645.00
    Labegorce 2015 (12x75cl)
    HK$3,815.00
    2015

    Labegorce 2015 (12x75cl)

    James Suckling (93-94)

    Wonderful purity of fruit here with blackberry, black currant and floral aromas and flavors. Full body. Fine tannins.
    Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
    3-4 months

    Bordeaux 12x75cl 1 93-94 (JS) Read Review/Description HK$3,815.00
    Labegorce 2016 (12x75cl)
    HK$3,945.00
    2016

    Labegorce 2016 (12x75cl)

    James Suckling (95)

    A very elegant and polished Margaux with great structure and an attractive touch of herbal freshness, then a delicate touch of sweetness at the long, fine finish. A blend of 38 per cent cabernet sauvignon, 52 per cent merlot, six per cent cabernet franc and four per cent petit verdot.
    In Stock in United Kingdom

    Bordeaux 12x75cl 1 95 (JS) Read Review/Description HK$3,945.00
    Labegorce 2016 (6x75cl)
    HK$1,795.00
    2016

    Labegorce 2016 (6x75cl)

    James Suckling (95)

    A very elegant and polished Margaux with great structure and an attractive touch of herbal freshness, then a delicate touch of sweetness at the long, fine finish. A blend of 38 per cent cabernet sauvignon, 52 per cent merlot, six per cent cabernet franc and four per cent petit verdot.
    In Stock in United Kingdom

    Bordeaux 6x75cl 1 95 (JS) Read Review/Description HK$1,795.00
    Labegorce 2017 (12x75cl)
    HK$3,000.00
    2017

    Labegorce 2017 (12x75cl)

    Jeb Dunnuck (93)

    Under the helm of Marjolaine de Coninck, who arrived from Fonplegade in 2009, this estate has been firing on all cylinders, and they've made a beautiful 2017 Chateau Labegorce. Based on 46% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot that spent 14 months in 45% new oak, its deep purple/plum color is followed by a complex, medium to full-bodied, seamless Margaux that has complexity as well as depth and richness. With lots of cassis fruit and notes of sandalwood and spice, they’ve done a fabulous job with the tannins, and it has a great mid-palate and outstanding purity. You’d be excused for drinking bottles today, yet it should benefit from short-term cellaring and evolve for 15 years. This estate covers 65 hectares (there are 53 hectares under vine) located just north of the town of Margaux, on the plateau just across the road from Lascombes. If you haven’t tried these wines in a while, now is an excellent time to give them another look.
    In Stock in France

    Bordeaux 12x75cl 1 93 (JD) Read Review/Description HK$3,000.00
    Labegorce 2017 (6x75cl)
    HK$1,425.00
    2017

    Labegorce 2017 (6x75cl)

    Jeb Dunnuck (93)

    Under the helm of Marjolaine de Coninck, who arrived from Fonplegade in 2009, this estate has been firing on all cylinders, and they've made a beautiful 2017 Chateau Labegorce. Based on 46% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot that spent 14 months in 45% new oak, its deep purple/plum color is followed by a complex, medium to full-bodied, seamless Margaux that has complexity as well as depth and richness. With lots of cassis fruit and notes of sandalwood and spice, they’ve done a fabulous job with the tannins, and it has a great mid-palate and outstanding purity. You’d be excused for drinking bottles today, yet it should benefit from short-term cellaring and evolve for 15 years. This estate covers 65 hectares (there are 53 hectares under vine) located just north of the town of Margaux, on the plateau just across the road from Lascombes. If you haven’t tried these wines in a while, now is an excellent time to give them another look.
    In Stock in United Kingdom

    Bordeaux 6x75cl 1 93 (JD) Read Review/Description HK$1,425.00
    Labegorce 2018 (6x75cl)
    HK$1,987.00
    2018

    Labegorce 2018 (6x75cl)

    Jeb Dunnuck (93-96)

    Another winner from Margaux is the 2018 Château Labégorce, which is an interesting blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot, and the rest equal parts Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot (although I was given slightly different blends for the two samples tasted). Aging in 40% new oak, this deeply colored effort offers a beautiful perfume of blueberries, raspberries, flowers, and spice. It’s medium to full-bodied, has remarkable purity, and fine tannins, and should be approachable right out of the gate. It’s worth mentioning this estate has been managed by Marjolaine de Coninck since 2009, and it’s a rocking value in the market today. Tasted twice.
    In Stock in France

    Bordeaux 6x75cl 1 93-96 (JD) Read Review/Description HK$1,987.00
    Labegorce 2019 (6x75cl)
    HK$1,715.00
    2019

    Labegorce 2019 (6x75cl)

    Vinous (93-95)

    The 2019 Labégorce, picked from 19 September to 12 October and matured in 40% new oak, has one of the more flamboyant Margaux bouquets with expressive black cherries, bilberry, light cedar notes and crushed violet. It develops impressive cohesion with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied and what you first notice is the finesse of the tannins. This has a satin-like texture and very well judged acidity. The new oak does poke out a little on the finish - if that can be assimilated during its barrel maturation, this could turn into a very serious Margaux.
    Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
    3-4 months

    Bordeaux 6x75cl 3 93-95 (VN) Read Review/Description HK$1,715.00
    Labegorce 2020 (6x75cl)
    HK$1,560.00
    2020

    Labegorce 2020 (6x75cl)

    Jeb Dunnuck (93-95)

    I continue to love the wines from this estate in Margaux, and the 2020 Château Labegorce is no exception. Rock star crème de cassis, graphite, roasted herbs, iron, and loamy earth nuances all define the bouquet, and it hits the palate with medium to full-bodied richness, a relatively soft, plush, forward style, good mid-palate density, and wonderful purity of fruit. It’s going to benefit from 3-5 years of bottle age and drink nicely for 15-20 years. It should be a terrific value as well.
    Estimated Arrival to France:
    +1 year

    Bordeaux 6x75cl 1 93-95 (JD) Read Review/Description HK$1,560.00
    Labegorce 2021 (6x75cl)

    HK$1,225 - HK$1,460

    2021

    Labegorce 2021 (6x75cl)

    Vinous - Neal Martin (91-93)

    The 2021 Labégorce was picked from 23 September to 19 October and matured in 35% new oak, the malo done in bottle. Pretty red cherries, raspberry and bergamot scents on the nose. Light undergrowth aromas surface with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy red fruit, modest depth, light and focused towards the finish. A well-made Margaux that should give 15-20 years pleasure.

    Bordeaux 6x75cl - 91-93 (VN) Read Review/Description

    HK$1,225 - HK$1,460

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