In this vintage, which is now the benchmark, the Chateau Lebergorce is marked by aromas of black fruit, light toasted notes and a rich palate with weight. The tannins are very present and the fruitiness is particularly expressed. An untamed style that is not without a certain charm. A vin de garde (for keeping) par excellence.
Reaches its prime between 2020 and 2025.
"New wood, sweet fruit, blackberry and plum skin flavors are all here in this round, ripe wine, with its soft, dusty tannins and delicious fresh acidity. This property has certainly joined the big league in Margaux."
"Firm, with blackberry, cedar and sweet tobacco character. Full-bodied, with firm tannins and a long, slightly chewy finish."
This Bordeaux is much better than the Wine Spectator 90-rating!
Very disappointing.The wine was acidic with a metallic taste and no hint of fruit or any other taste.It was served to a Frenchman who has consumed his share of French wines and he felt not only was it not good but it was bad.Perhaps we received