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Lynch Bages 1986, 750mL (WA94, ST93, WS94) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Lynch Bages

750mL

Vintage: 1986
Region: France--Bordeaux
Appellation: Pauillac
Condition: bn, bsl

WA94, ST93, WS94
Rated 94 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 1986 is finally emerging from the dormant stage that many of the wines from this vintage (especially the Medocs) have been going through. It is a full-bodied, still backward wine that will appeal to classicists and old line traditionalists given its firm structure and austere tannins. Nevertheless, the color is a healthy deep garnet and the wine exhibits wonderful freshness along with notes of underbrush, damp earth, black currants, cedar and new saddle leather. Well-balanced with good depth, medium to full body, and a tannic (although not excessively so) finish, this may not be the most finesse-styled, elegant Lynch Bages ever produced, but it is an interesting Pauillac that will benefit from another 3-4 years of cellaring. While it may never hit the peaks achieved by great Lynch Bages vintages, it will be one of those rare wines that will last 40+ years.` -- Robert Parker in the Wine Advocate.


$145.00

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Lynch Bages

750mL

Vintage: 1986
Region: France--Bordeaux
Appellation: Pauillac
Condition: bn, bsl

WA94, ST93, WS94
Rated 94 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 1986 is finally emerging from the dormant stage that many of the wines from this vintage (especially the Medocs) have been going through. It is a full-bodied, still backward wine that will appeal to classicists and old line traditionalists given its firm structure and austere tannins. Nevertheless, the color is a healthy deep garnet and the wine exhibits wonderful freshness along with notes of underbrush, damp earth, black currants, cedar and new saddle leather. Well-balanced with good depth, medium to full body, and a tannic (although not excessively so) finish, this may not be the most finesse-styled, elegant Lynch Bages ever produced, but it is an interesting Pauillac that will benefit from another 3-4 years of cellaring. While it may never hit the peaks achieved by great Lynch Bages vintages, it will be one of those rare wines that will last 40+ years.` -- Robert Parker in the Wine Advocate.


$145.00

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