96 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Tasted from an ex-chateau bottle at the Lafleur vertical dinner at Attersee in Austria, the 2001 is destined to be over-shadowed by the imperious millennial Lafleur. But do not ignore this fabulous Pomerol. It has a brilliant bouquet rich in minerals that infused the pure blackberry and raspberry fruit. It seems to shimmer in the glass, offering hints of violet and crushed rose petals with continued aeration. The palate is full-bodied and struck through with a crisp seam of acidity that slices through the multi-layered, tobacco tinged blackberry and dark cherry fruit, before fanning out to a vivacious, almost Pauillac-like finish. This is a wonderful Lafleur destined for long-term ageing. Tasted June 2012. (NM-Wine Journal) (9/2013)
Stored on it’s side in a climate controlled cellar since purchase.
Minor label blemishes and capsule scuff at the bottom.
Perfect mid-neck fill level.
Overall outstanding condition.
The bottle shown in the photos is the exact bottle you will receive.