16 Ratings
Château Larmande Saint-Émilion Grand Cru

Wine Description

On the palate, Château Larmande a medium-bodied mouth, with very fine tannins and a slight acidity to ensure a harmonious balance. It is a round and creamy wine thanks to melted tannins and ripe and powerful fruits. The finish, full of red fruits, is long and persistent, with a warm touch of spices and a hint of cocoa aftertaste.

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    very good wine! delicate nose, floral, and black cherry. medium bodied. the palate - a lot of black cherry explosion, dark chocolate, elegance and balance, Also plenty of tannin beneath it all

    over 7 years
Expert Reviews
  • Robert Parker
    "The finest Larmande I have ever tasted, this sleeper of the vintage is a seamless classic that transcends its terroir and pedigree. The 2001 Larmande exhibits a deep purple color as well as a striking perfume of charcoal, black currant and cherry liqueur, incense, and vanillin. Medium to full-bodied, with a sensational mid-palate, wonderful persistence, and a beautifully balanced style, it can be drunk young or cellared for 10-15 years. Bravo!"