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Les Hauts de Lynch-Moussas Haut-Medoc
Aromas of red cherry and cranberry fruit. Fine tannins, supple in the mouth. To be enjoyed over the next three to five years.
About The Wine
Second Wine of Chateau Lynch- Moussas
The Haut-Médoc is home to Bordeaux’s most prestigious communes: Pauillac, Margaux, Saint-Julien, and Saint-Estèphe. Chateau Lynch-Moussas produced this wine from younger Cabernet and Merlot vines than the top wine, and from different plots, but with a definite Pauillac character.
About The Winery
The LYNCH MOUSSAS estate was owned since the 18th century by the Comte LYNCH in Pauillac, then was divised in two parts: LYNCH MOUSSAS and LYNCH BAGES. The building was kept by LYNCH MOUSSAS , as well as most of lands and vineyards. This great estate from more than two hundred acres was classified as a Classed Growth by the1855 classification.
A fresh, refined red with chocolate, walnut and hazelnut character. Medium body. Creamy tannins. Extremely well done. A blend of 62% cabernet sauvignon and 38% merlot. Second wine of Chateau Lynch-Moussas. Why wait? ~92 James Suckling.
The 2017 Les Haut de Lynch-Moussas was cropped at 51hl/ha. It has an agreeable bouquet, adequate red cherry and cranberry fruit, nicely defined and integrated with the oak. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, quite supple in the mouth with black tea and a touch of charcoal infusing the tender finish. Enjoy this over three to five years. ~86-88, Vinous Media
Composed of 56% Cabernet Sauvignon and 44% Merlot, the 2017 Les Hauts de Lynch Moussas is medium garnet-purple in color with a pronounced black and red currants nose with hints of pencil lead, cigar box and potpourri. The palate is medium-bodied with a chewy frame and plenty of lift on the earthy finish. ~86-88, Wine Advocate