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Echo de Lynch Bages 2nd Wine of Chateau Lynch Bages Pauillac 2019 750ml

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Second wine of Château Lynch-Bages and it's beautifully done, with a more floral, perfumed, pretty style compared to the Grand Vin, yet it still brings plenty of structure. Red and black currants, _ read more

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Jeb Dunnuck writes:  The 2019 Echo De Lynch-Bages is the second wine of Château Lynch-Bages and it's beautifully done, with a more floral, perfumed, pretty style compared to the Grand Vin, yet it still brings plenty of structure. Red and black currants, sappy flowers, tobacco leaf, and gravelly earth all define the bouquet, and its medium-bodied, has integrated acidity, gorgeous tannins, and a great finish. It's beautifully balanced and already accessible, yet will nevertheless benefit from 4-5 years of bottle age.  - Jeb Dunnuck 93

Jancis Robinson writes:  Tasted blind. Really fresh and lively with a middle, beginning and end, and some tannins. Like a minor grand vin, rather than a collection of offcuts.  - Jancis Robinson 17

Antonio Galloni writes:  The 2019 Echo Lynch Bages is an absolutely joyous second wine. Ripe, plummy and wonderfully forward, the 2019 Echo is all pleasure. The signature of the house style comes through loud and clear. Hints of spice, tobacco and cedar round out the creamy, inviting finish.  Drinking 2024 - 2034.  - Vinous 92

Georgina Hindle writes:  Lifted floral aromas, smells pretty and inviting, with a sweet note to the black fruit. Tannins are a little present, they're not dry or austere, more on the smooth and chalky side but are just covering the fruit right now, although the blackcurrant and plum notes come back through. Chewy, ripe, fresh. This is lovely if just a bit shy at the moment.  Drinking 2023 - 2030.  Decanter 91

James Molesworth writes:  Juicy, featuring racy-edged plum and black currant fruit flavors that show nice purity, with lively anise and apple wood accents filtering in through the finish, where a subtle note of charcoal chimes. Modest in scale but nicely done. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2023 through 2032.  - Wine Spectator 90
 

Wine Information:

Country: France

Region: Bordeaux

Sub-Region:

Appellation: Pauillac

Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc

Type: Reds

Size: 750ml

 

Jeb Dunnuck writes: The 2019 Echo De Lynch-Bages is the second wine of Château Lynch-Bages and it's beautifully done, with a more floral, perfumed, pretty style compared to the Grand Vin, yet it still brings plenty of structure. Red and black currants, sappy flowers, tobacco leaf, and gravelly earth all define the bouquet, and its medium-bodied, has integrated acidity, gorgeous tannins, and a great finish. It's beautifully balanced and already accessible, yet will nevertheless benefit from 4-5 years of bottle age. - Jeb Dunnuck 93

Jancis Robinson writes: Tasted blind. Really fresh and lively with a middle, beginning and end, and some tannins. Like a minor grand vin, rather than a collection of offcuts. - Jancis Robinson 17

Antonio Galloni writes: The 2019 Echo Lynch Bages is an absolutely joyous second wine. Ripe, plummy and wonderfully forward, the 2019 Echo is all pleasure. The signature of the house style comes through loud and clear. Hints of spice, tobacco and cedar round out the creamy, inviting finish. Drinking 2024 - 2034. - Vinous 92

Georgina Hindle writes: Lifted floral aromas, smells pretty and inviting, with a sweet note to the black fruit. Tannins are a little present, they're not dry or austere, more on the smooth and chalky side but are just covering the fruit right now, although the blackcurrant and plum notes come back through. Chewy, ripe, fresh. This is lovely if just a bit shy at the moment. Drinking 2023 - 2030. Decanter 91

James Molesworth writes | Juicy, featuring racy-edged plum and black currant fruit flavors that show nice purity, with lively anise and apple wood accents filtering in through the finish, where a subtle note of charcoal chimes. Modest in scale but nicely done. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2023 through 2032. - Wine Spectator 90