Leoville Barton

The 50 hectares of Léoville and the 17 hectares of Langoa planted in a gravelly soil on a clay subsoil, include a high proportion of old vines in order to obtain the best quality possible. The distribution of the grape varieties is 74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc for Léoville Barton, while the Langoa Barton terroir is distributed between 57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 34% Merlot and 9% Cabernet Franc. Both properties benefit from the same vinification methods.

La Reserve de Leoville-Barton St. Julien 2011
From the gravelly dunes of Léoville-Barton's vineyards, leading down to the bank of the Gironde, La Réserve is the second wine of this famous property. With aromas classic to th left bank, a nose of smoky blackberry fruit and pencil shavings the palate is rich and rounded with aggressive tannins,
Item Number: 23778

La Reserve de Leoville-Barton St. Julien 2010
96  Wine Enthusiast 
From the second growth vineyards of Chateau Leoville Barton, 2010 rated 100 from the Wine Enthusiast and 96 Wine Spectator comes the second label reserve from 2010. The highest quality grapes from 2010 pushed off into this second wine offered to Bordeaux fans. Enjoy! ~M.S.

Chat Leoville Barton St. Julien Medoc 2006
91  Robert Parker 
Wine Spectator 94 TOP 100 2006 "There's a great dark color to this, with intense aromas of cedar, wood, new leather and crushed blackberry. Full-bodied, with loads of fruit and a firm, powerful palate. Long and mouthpuckering. A muscular baby. Best after 2015. 18,750 cases made."  Robert Parker

Chat Leoville Barton St. Julien Medoc 2004
92  Robert Parker 
 Robert Parker 92 "This is an impressively endowed vin de garde that should age effortlessly for 20-30 years. How Anthony Barton continues to fashion uncompromisingly primordial Bordeaux that are always among the biggest and densest of all the St.-Juliens is beyond me, but he does it year in and

Chat Leoville Barton St. Julien Medoc 2003
98  Wine Spectator 
Robert Parker 95  "One cannot admire enough proprietor Anthony Barton and his classic, potentially long-lived wines that are models of power, elegance, and longevity – in short, these wines symbolize what makes Bordeaux so world-renowned! Probably capable of rivaling the 2000, the uncompromisingly