Wine Advocate 91
The 2016 Laussac has a charming if slightly rustic bouquet that is well defined and fresh. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannin, quite classic in style with plenty of undergrowth-infused black fruit towards the finish, but I like the length and its nascent stubbornness. This could well turn out to be a very delicious Ctes de Castillon.
James Suckling 90
Stacks of blackberry and blueberry character, plus a hint of smoke on the nose. Then an energetic palate, where the velvety tannins are well married to the fullish body, the acidity lifting the finish nicely. A blend of 75 per cent merlot and 25 per cent cabernet franc.
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