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The 2021 Lascombes is a successful effort in a rather more punchy, modern style, opening in the glass with aromas of berries and plums mingled with notions of sweet spices, loamy soil and creamy new oak. Medium to full-bodied, rich and youthfully firm, it's deep and extracted, with plenty of ripe, powdery tannin that asserts itself on the finish.
William Kelley, April 2022
The 2021 Lascombes has a fleshy, ripe, fruit-forward bouquet with black cherries, raspberry and inkwell aromas that gather momentum in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with quite plush tannins on the entry, good weight and breadth, yet missing some details and personality on the finish that slightly tapers away. Fine, but there are a few edges that need to be shaved and I think they will.
Neal Martin, Vinous, May 2022
A juicy young red with currant and blackberry aromas and flavors. Some crushed stone and spice, too. Medium-bodied with juicy tannins and a round-tannined finish. Attractive fruit character.
Very dark purplish crimson right out to the rim. Quite a bruiser. Definitely not an obvious expression of Margaux’s delicacy but not too sweet and not too heavy compared with some other vintages from this property. Just a little aggressive in terms of the acid and tannin impact on the decidedly inky – rather than fruity – finish.
Drink 2027 – 2040
Jancisrobinson.com, May 2022
The 2021 Lascombes is a dense, plush Margaux, but also not quite as pushed as in the past. That's a good thing. A burst of ink blue/purplish fruit, chocolate, leather, licorice and mocha are front and center. As always, Lascombes is a pretty flamboyant wine, but it is also very nicely done. There is plenty to admire. Tasted two times.
Antonio Galloni, Vinous, May 2022
Well worked, a good balance of fruit and acidity, smoky, vanilla bean, liqourice root and cocoa bean. Overall this has high acidity translated into a bright freshness, with appellation signature. 41hl/h yield, 60% new oak
Jane Anson, Inside Bordeaux, May 2022