1983 Pichon-Longueville Lalande   (750ml)

1983 Pichon-Longueville Lalande (750ml)

  • 96-98
  • WA
  • 94
  • WA
  • 90
  • WA

Additional Information

Vintage 1983
Winery Pichon-Longueville Lalande
Varietal No
Designation No
Bottle Size 750
Classification Pauillac, 2me cru classe.
Bottle Condition No
Style Red
Region No
Subregion Pauillac

Availability: 28 items In stock

Price: $300.00

Special Price: $265.00

SKU: #83pichl

Price: $300.00

Special Price: $265.00

Reviews

    • WA
    • 96-98

    Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

    Reviewer, Neal Martin - A deep garnet core with deep brick rim. A knockout nose of fresh blackberry, chestnuts and roasted herbs. Open and expressive. The palate is fully mature with abundant sweet red fruits, pain grille, Provencal herbs. Very Merlot dominated. Beautiful balance and length; with a similar savoury mouthfeel to Cheval Blanc 1983. Stunning. Drunk on my first date with my eventual wife.
    • WA
    • 94

    Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

    Consistently one of the great wines of the 1983 vintage, as well as one of my personal favorites, this beautiful wine has been gorgeous to drink since bottling. It displays no signs of evolution, although it remains undeniably rich, seductive, and compelling. Deep dark ruby-colored, with a huge nose of Asian spices, blackcurrants, plums, and flowers, this super-concentrated, velvety-textured wine reveals gobs of rich, creamy fruit. It can be drunk now or cellared for 15-20 years.
    • WA
    • 90

    Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

    Reviewer, Neal Martin - Two bottles were recently tasted, indicating that after a glorious career, this Pauillac is on a gentle slippery slope. The first was light and leafy on the nose, seeming to have lost some of its vigour that it demonstrated a decade ago, and that was replicated on the palate. It is still well balanced, but there is now an elegiac quality emanating from this wine, a sense that it is running out of steam.

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