Type: Red Wine
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Code: LANG085
An exceptionally fine Langoa where the higher proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon gives the wine a tremendous underlying power.

Château Langoa & Leoville Barton

The history of Léoville-Barton and Langoa is closely connected, as there is no Château Léoville-Barton, but only a vineyard – the wine of Château Léoville-Barton is made in Château Langoa Barton - yet it is Château Léoville-Barton which is a Deuxieme Grand Cru Classé. Built in 1758, Château Langoa is the archetype of the 18th century bordelaise style with harmonious proportions. Hugh Barton, whose family came from Ireland in the eighteen century, bought the Château Langoa in 1821. The Château is surrounded by a park planted mostly with oak trees and a g...

Enticing aromas of both red and black fruits, the palate is packed with great intense fruit and beautifully carved tannins and has excellent persistence and length on the finish.
We love to drink this wine with a fillet steak and blue cheese sauce.

Decanter, June 2024, Medoc Grand Cru Classe 2010, 96 points: “Intense fruit, perfumed elements with strong wood notes. It’s confident and a bit of a show-off, but the fruit and the plush tannic chewiness are at the fore, so its avoids overt minerality or leanness, unlike many in the tasting. Has weight and vigour but with freshness and mass appeal. Not so refined, but not harsh either. Cool blueberries and graphite, liquorice elements. Different style to many”

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