Appearance: Deep ruby with purple tinge- youthful appearance, slow stained tears m to m+ viscosity
Nose: black cherry, plum, black currant, green bean, pepper, cigar and liquorice
Palate: tight at first, opening to a nice fruit mouthfeel of black cherry, plum and cassis. Tobacco and cedar notes predominates.
Conclusion: A solid Medoc built for aging with tons of character. Enjoy now or lay down for 5 years
I know this is the second wine of Lousteauneuf but between vintage(05 was a great year if you were asleep) and style, this is much bigger in the glass than the first wine. .