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Chateau Leoville Las Cases 2021

Saint Julien
Topwein des Jahrgangs
Eine 2021er Preisreduktion von 15% im Vergleich zum Vorjahr als eines der ganz wenigen Chateau machen diesen Brand extrem interessant, 222,00 Euro anstatt 269,90 im Vorjahr! Bereits seit Jahren produziert dieses Gut Weine auf Premier Cru Niveau, dies aber zum halben Preis der Großen oder günstiger. Dabei sind die Bewertungen für 2021 Chateau Leoville Las Cases mit bis zu 97 Punkten annähernd auf dem Niveau des Jahrganges 2020. Dr. William Kelley in PARKERS WINEADVOCATE völlig zu Recht: „…One of the wines of the vintage…”. Mittlerweile ist Jean Guillaume Prats beratend auf Chateau Leoville Las Cases zu Gange, er wird hier für ordentlich Wind sorgen. Wir waren persönlich zwei Mal vor Ort, um die gesamte Palette aller Weine zu verkosten, 2021 Chateau Leoville Las Cases ist ein Hammer von einem Wein! Die Fachwelt ist sich ohnehin einig, 2021 Chateau Leoville Las Cases ist DER potentielle Premier Cru Kandidat schlechthin. Als direkter Nachbar von Chateau Latour, die Weinberge grenzen aneinander an, würde es auch das herausragende Terroir rechtfertigen. Hiermit machen Sie absolut keinen Fehler, Sie werden sich unserer Worte erinnern.

Chateau Leoville Las Cases 2021

6 Fl. á 0,75l in der 6er OVP
1.335,90 €
296,87 € / Liter
12 Fl. á 0,75l in der 12er OVP
2.664,00 €
296,00 € / Liter


Weinwisser: "80 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 15 % Cabernet Franc, 5 % Merlot, 13,2 Vol.-%, pH 3,71, IPT 77, 85 % neue Barriques. Sehr dicht verwobenes Bouquet, frischgepflückte schwarze Johannisbeere, frischer Schattenmorellensaft und betörender Iris- Duft. Im zweiten Ansatz erkalteter Earl Grey- Tee, Heidelbeergelee und Lakritze. Am Gaumen mit seidiger Textur, stützender Rasse, sapidem Extrakt, engmaschigem Tanninkorsett, komplex und ungemein präzise, perfekt geformter Körper. Im konzentrierten, reinen Finale eine Explosion Wildkirsche, tiefschürfende Terroirwürze, und nicht enden wollendes Rückaroma, die No. 1 aus St.-Julien mit unglaublichem Lagerpotential, kann in seiner perfekten Trinkreife die Höchstnote erreichen und gehört zu den besten Weinen dieses Jahrganges!"
Suckling: "This is very tannic and powerful with currant and salty undertones. Inky. Blackberry and blackcurrant, too. Full-bodied with lots of power at the end. 80% cabernet sauvignon, 15% cabernet franc and 5% merlot."
Wine Advocate: "One of the wines of the vintage, the 2021 Léoville Las Cases is reminiscent of a hypothetical blend of the 1999 and 1996—only better. Offering up incipiently complex aromas of cassis, plums and dark berries mingled with loamy soil, cigar wrapper and exotic spices, it's full-bodied, layered and multidimensional, with superb amplitude and concentration, velvety tannins, lively acids and a long, penetrating finish. Uniting classicism and charm, it exemplifies how a great terroir, exigent agronomy and meticulous winemaking can deliver greatness even in a less propitious vintage. It's a blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc and a mere 5% Merlot this year, checking in at 13.2% alcohol."
Falstaff: "Tiefdunkles Rubingranat, opaker Kern, violette Reflexe, zarte Randaufhellung. Nougat, schwarze Beeren, frische dunkle Kirschen, ein Hauch von GewĂĽrzen, einladendes Bukett. Straff, engmaschig, sehr lebendig, feine Tannine, finessenreich und anhaftend, dezente SĂĽĂźe im Abgang, rote Kirschen im Nachhall, sicheres Reifepotenzial fĂĽr viele Jahre, der Anteil von Cabernet Franc verleiht dem Wein eine besondere Note."
Wine Enthusiast: "95–97. Barrel Sample. Cabernet Franc has replaced much of the Merlot normally in this wine with Cabernets Sauvignon and Franc equaling 95%. This impressive wine is dominated by structure, by intensity and by elegant tannins. The fruit shines through the concentration."
Galloni: "The 2021 LĂ©oville Las-Cases is classy, nuanced and so expressive. There's gorgeous depth, and yet the 2021 is not as explosive as it has been in the recent past. That's not a bad thing, not at all. Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc comprise fully 95% of the blend in a Las Cases that is beautifully persistent from start to finish. It's a wine that has one foot in its rich, historical past, and the other very much in the more modern style of contemporary vintages. There is so much to look forward to."
Vinum: "Grosser Wein in der Linie der klassischen Las Cases, besitzt Dichte, Teife, Spannkraft und enorme Länge, mit grosser Präzision gemacht: Herrlich."
Decanter: "A brilliant Las Cases in 2021. Quite a savoury nose - dark chocolate covered blackcurrants, like a Black Forest gâteau as well as such signature Cabernet markers - green pepper, black pepper and mint. This is serious, not as immediately charming or expressive, but grows in stature, expanding slowly while still maintaining a tight, focused core. Spiced on the tongue, quite marked with sharp fruit that has an almost sour tang to it. You get the Cabernet Franc spice for sure - the highest percentage ever at 15% - alongside structure, length and intention. Acidity is well balanced and the tannins are so fine. Such purity of grape characteristics and terroir markers. Classic in the absolute best sense, there’s no hiding with every detail on show and in time this will be brilliant. "
Neal Martin: "The 2021 LĂ©oville Las Cases was picked from 28 September until 8 October and includes just 5% Merlot from the northern sectors of the vineyard due to coulure. They found that increased percentages of Merlot did not contribute to the blend. Matured in 85% new oak, it has an intense nose with black fruit, graphite and light iris flower aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy black fruit, quite a potent marine influence at play, almost briny (perhaps accentuated by the changeable weather on the day of my visit). Very impressive in terms of depth and backbone/grip with iodine and oyster shells towards the finish, this is a cerebral Las-Cases that will demand patience. Then again, name me a vintage of Las-Cases that doesn't! Alcohol here is at 13.20%."
Wine Cellar Insider: "Dark ruby with hints of purple around the edge, the wine exudes smoke, cedar, tobacco leaf, slate, lead pencil, blackberries, espresso, and currants. One of the more powerful wines of the vintage, the wine offers loads of black and red fruits, ripe, present, salty tannins, and a juicy, almost creamy, yet classically structured finish. Produced from a blend 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Merlot. 13.20% ABV. This is the first time you find more Cabernet Franc than Merlot in the blend in the history of the estate. Drink from 2025-2055."
Dunnuck: "I loved the 2021 Château Léoville Las Cases. This deep, chalky, mineral-laced beauty has tons of character and reminds me a little of the 2001. Lots of ripe black fruits, graphite, lead pencil, and hints of iron define the bouquet, and it's medium to full-bodied, with a pure, balanced, layered mouthfeel, plenty of tannins, and a good mix of power and elegance. It shows the fresher, lively style of the vintage, but it brings plenty of depth and density, and it's an undeniable success in the vintage."
Perroti-Brown: "The 2021 Leoville Las Cases is a blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Merlot, harvested from 28 September to 8 October, and to be aged in 85% new oak. Deep purple-black colored, it opens with profound notes of ripe, juicy blackcurrants, black cherries, and plum preserves, leading to hints of lilacs, cedar chest, dusty soil, and graphite, plus a hint of cumin seed. Light to medium-bodied, the palate delivers a quiet intensity of earth-laced black fruits with very fine-grained tannins and seamless freshness, finishing long and minerally. pH 3.71, IPT 77."
Robinson: "80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc, 5% Merlot. Cask sample. Less restrained than usual at this stage, the nose fresh and fragrant with floral and berry-fruit notes. More elegance than power, the tannins present but finely honed and the fruit expressive. Structured, so potential but not a muscular year. (JL)"
-15%: 2021 Chateau Leoville Las Cases

-15%: 2021 Chateau Leoville Las Cases

Soeben kam einer der Jahrgangsbesten 2021er Bordeaux mit einer Preisreduktion von 15% auf den Markt: 2021 CHATEAU LEOVILLE LAS CASES - 222,00 Euro anstatt 269,90 im Vorjahr! Bereits seit Jahren produ
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Chateau Leoville Las Cases, Rue de L´Ecole, 33250 Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, Frankreich
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