reviewsJames Suckling 92-93/100
Lots of blueberries, blackberries, dark chocolate and stones. It’s medium-bodied, refined and polished.
Wine Advocate 90-92/100
The 2019 Lagrange, the Pomerol estate, was optically and manually sorted after picking between 24 and 28 September, then aged in 30% new oak. It has a slightly fuller bouquet compared to recent vintages with brambly red fruit laced with rose petal and light orange pith scents. It is a cut above previous vintages. The palate is sweet and juicy on the entry, demonstrating a little more roundness and density than expected. Gently gripping the palate, my only criticism is that it lacks a bit of complexity on the finish. Otherwise this is a perfectly satisfying, no doubt early drinking Pomerol from J-P Moueix.