First impression: an overdwelming basket of flowers and fruit, than more ripeness and some old sour that peeped through. With quail and five kinds of mushrooms, however, the wine resurrected and ended lovely and smooth. I also mention a sound and deep red/brick, lively colour. Last time I drank this wine (appr. 8 years ago) it gave a more tight impression; still this bottle was worth remembering my friend Harry and I, that we are both from '52.
What a great wine. Feels like a 1980s wine. Deep colour stong bondy and good nose. This was a great surprise. In General Lanessans of the late 40s and to late 50s are superb wines if kept well and can offer you a great voyage into old bordeaux at great prices too. Drank at the chateau and it is from the private cellar so immaculately kept. A great experience. Thank you Gildine and Guillaume
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