A simple dinner with 1999s: Medium cherry red. In the nose fairly modern with some vanilla, espresso and bitter chocolate as well as sweet cherries. Fine sweetish scent. On the palate, it's got soft tannins, a well integrated acidity and good structure. Breaks away in the finish. This was a bit weaker than other bottles I had, we may have drunk it too warm.
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(Chateau Lagrange St Julien) An appealing nose, with lots of fruit, with a deep, slightly meaty character. Some early secondary characteristics appearing here. A good presence, with bright, vivacious fruit. Attractive and nicely structured. Rather approachable now but still on the way up, with a good, bright fruit style. Good flavours.
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