Red wine - France
|Type:||Red wine (More lots)|
|Producer, Name of wine:||Château Léoville Las Cases|
|Classification:||2éme Grand Cru Classé|
|Number of bottles:||1|
|Bottle size:||Bottle (0.75L)|
|Label Condition:||Fully intact, readable label|
|Capsule/Cork condition:||Fully intact metal capsule|
1987 Château Léoville Las Cases, 2éme Grand Cru Classé Saint-Julien
About the domain:
Created in 1638, Château Léoville Las Cases produces some of Bordeaux's most prestigious wines. They were already well-known, much appreciated and commanding high prices in the middle of the 18th century, due to work of the owner, Blaise-Alexandre de Gasq, the Seigneur of Léoville. Four of his descendants owned the property at the time of the French Revolution. One of them, the Marquis de Las Cases, who owned one quarter of the land, fled abroad. The other three managed to obtain a partial confiscation of the property, consisting specifically of this quarter, from the Revolutionary Government. This plot would later become Léoville Barton. At the beginning of the 19th century the property was split once again and the half adjoining Château Latour formed the current vineyard.
About the cuvée:
Léoville Las Cases produces a wine of incredible complexity. To achieve the best possible quality, a large proportion of the production is always downgraded (up to 67% in the 1990 vintage). The wines are extremely consistent and approach perfection in most of the great vintages. Deeply coloured, tannic, full-bodied and concentrated, they have a huge potential to age. These are grandiose wines.
Catawiki member since May 4, 2015, received 1671 reviews in total (545 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||98.1% (545 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Very securely packed and quickly delivered. Incredible value!!
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Very disappointed about this wine (2000): overaged and not anymore drinkable. Supplier was not in the mood for any corrective action and gave unpolite reaction to my questions.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Dear,
I'm just saying it's stupid and not advisable to taste wine shortly after transport, let it rest for 6 to 8 weeks everything has been shaken by transportation . The bottles looked good, the wine color was fine and were always kept in good condition. in the photos There is never a guarantee that the wine is good and there is nothing you can do about it.
This is not rude what I am saying here ? this is rather advise
The wine that you bought is now also not exactly of high quality (35 € for 6 bottles) You should therefore not have high expectations for these wines
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.pomerol madérise, croze l'hermitage imbuvablePlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Ce ne sont pas non plus des vins de haute qualité qui ont été achetés, vous ne devez donc pas trop attendre des vins très anciens.
Il y a toujours un risque avec les vins anciens même s'ils ont l'air et se conservent en bon état
They are also not high-quality wines that were purchased, so you should not have too great expectations of so very old wines.
There is always a risk with old wines even if they look and preserved in good condition
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.parfait ! merci monsieur Braye et meilleurs Vœux pour 2000 vins !
etiketten en kurk is goed , alleen heb ik de 2002 geproefd hij rook en smaakte muf .Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Wijn proeven 1 dag na transport is uit den boze (alles wordt geschud door transport) wijn moet minstens 6 tot 8 weken rusten voordat men proef. Dat moet je als wijnliefhebber of kenner toch weten? en je kent de risico's van het kopen van oude wijnen. zie op internet hoe men wijnen behandeld na transport
How foolish can one be to taste wine 1 day after receipt (everything is shaken by transport) wine must rest for at least 6 to 8 weeks before tasting
As a wine lover or connoisseur, you should know that anyway ? and you knows the risks involved in buying old wines.
see on the internet how people treat wines after transport
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