Drank alongside a '78 and both were showing there age. I was torn as time went on which was the better wine, but this one initially felt more integrated and elegant. Someone at the table thought it could go another 5 years, which would surprise me. Not at all bad to drink though.
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(Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande) Bricking, medium dark red violet color; mature, aromatic, tobacco, green olive, cedar, tart red currant nose; very tasty, surprisingly youthful, tobacco, tart red currant, green olive, mineral palate with medium acidity; medium-plus finish
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