2016 Chateau La Lagune, 3rd Growth Haut Medoc (6 x Bottle)

France Bordeaux Haut Medoc

The 2016 La Lagune has a classic tobacco and cedar bouquet with fine delineation and nicely integrated oak. The medium-bodied palate offers gentle grip on the entry and plenty of tarry black fruit. A touch of mint emerges toward the linear but impressively focused finish. I like the vivacity and penetration here. This should drink well over the next two decades.

2016 Chateau La Lagune, 3rd Growth Haut Medoc (6 x Bottle)

The 2016 La Lagune has a classic tobacco and cedar bouquet with fine delineation and nicely integrated oak. The medium-bodied palate offers gentle grip on the entry and plenty of tarry black fruit. A touch of mint emerges toward the linear but impressively focused finish. I like the vivacity and penetration here. This should drink well over the next two decades.

France Bordeaux Haut Medoc
Producer Chateau La Lagune
Sub-Region Haut Medoc
Region Bordeaux
Country France
Vintage 2016
Colour Red

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The 2016 La Lagune has a classic tobacco and cedar bouquet with fine delineation and nicely integrated oak. The medium-bodied palate offers gentle grip on the entry and plenty of tarry black fruit. A touch of mint emerges toward the linear but impressively focused finish. I like the vivacity and penetration here. This should drink well over the next two decades.

93 Points / Drinking 2021 - 2045

By Neal Martin / January 2019

Robert Parker Wine Advocate

The 2016 la Lagune has a medium garnet-purple color and nose of intense cassis, warm cherries, redcurrants and spice box with earth and bay leaves in the undercurrent. The medium-bodied, earth-laced palate is plush and lively, finishing long.

92 Points / Drinking 2019 - 2034

By Lisa Perrotti-Brown / November 2018