Chateau Le Gay 2019

Le Gay

Chateau Le Gay 2019

Holzkiste

voluminös & kräftig
tanninreich
99–100
100
2
Merlot 90%, Cabernet Franc 10%
5
rot
14,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2028–2053
Verpackt in: 12er OHK
3
Lobenberg: 99–100/100
Suckling: 98/100
Jeb Dunnuck: 96–99/100
Wine Cellar Insider: 95–97/100
6
Frankreich, Bordeaux, Pomerol
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Chateau Le Gay 2019

99–100
/100

Lobenberg: Erst 1 Jahr nach der Primeurverkostung erkenne ich das Wahnsinnspotenzial dieses ganz großen Le Gays. Vielleicht der beste aller Zeiten, reich und doch so finessenreich und fast abgehoben elegant. Nach 20 Jahren sicher ein Superstar. 99-100/100

98
/100

Suckling über: Chateau Le Gay

-- Suckling: This is a luscious and beautiful young wine with blackberry, hazelnut, dark-chocolate and black-olive character. It’s full and layered with round, soft tannins and a caressing finish. Great finish. Seductive young wine. Best after 2027 and onwards. 98/100

96–99
/100

Jeb Dunnuck über: Chateau Le Gay

-- Jeb Dunnuck: From one of my favorite estates in Pomerol, the deep purple-hued 2019 Château Le Gay checks in as 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc brought up in mostly new French oak. This is a ripe, sexy, superrich, blockbuster styled effort with awesome aromatics (cassis, spice, tobacco, damp earth, and chocolate), a deep, layered mid-palate, ripe tannins, and an awesome finish. This is a 2019 barrel sample I thought about drinking. 96-99/100

95–97
/100

Wine Cellar Insider über: Chateau Le Gay

-- Wine Cellar Insider: Dark in color, this is stunning, due to its multiple layers of chocolate-covered plums, cherries, truffle and silky, gently dusted tannins. Full-bodied, rich, sensuous and concentrated, this is a beautiful example of what Le Gay does best! Aging will add even more to this wine. Made from blending 90% Merlot with 10% Cabernet Franc. 95-97/100

Mein Winzer

Chateau Le Gay

Das Weingut Le Gay hat enormes Potenzial und verfügt über ein ausgezeichnetes Terroir. Die Hektarerträge aus uraltem Rebbestand betragen unter 20 Hektoliter pro Hektar.