The grapes were harvested at optimum ripeness, thanks to an exceptional Indian summer, and the sanitarian conditions were more than satisfying. This is a pledge of a carefully created 2014 Lanessan for the consumer. It gives off red and black fruit scents, shy at first yet more expressive once swirled in the glass. The aromatic palette gives a sensation of freshness (specific of this vintage). The palate of this Chateau Lanessan is unctuous with fleshy, with almost creamy tannins. It is a well-produced Haut-Medoc that can be appreciated quite early (2020-2026) while ageing in good conditions.