Marks and reviews
Bearing the surname of the knight (chevalier), Antoine de Lascombes, since the 17th century, Château Lascombes has been marked by the ten generations of owners who have shaped its history. Since 2011, the mutual insurance group, MACSF, has owned this 1855 Second Grand Cru Classé.
Château Lascombes 2010 is a Margaux wine that stems from a 120-hectare vineyard. This terroir benefits from a tapestry of plots whose soils are composed, depending on their location, of a gravelly hilltops, clayey gravel and clay-limestone plots.
Cabernet Sauvignon (45%)
Petit Verdot (5%).
This wine showcases a deep, dark and brilliant colour
Opening with fruity notes (red and white cherries), the nose blends fine fragrances of mocha and chocolate.
The refreshing and smooth mouthfeel seduces with its fine tannins and silky feel. Harmoniously blending power, finesse and roundness, the palate leads to a long and aromatic finish.