Tasting Notes: Very round, supple and quaffable on the palate. Richness of fruit flavour reminiscent of the jams of yesteryear. Good, ripe tannins come through in the finish.
Chateau Lascombes was listed as one of the Second Growths in 1855. Since winemaker Dominique Befve joined Chateau Lascombes, The wine quality was increased quickly. Chevalier de Lascombes is a soft entry to the palate, followed by roundness and volume together with fine, polished tannins.
Chateau Lascombes is a winery in the Margaux appellation of the Bordeaux region of France, it is a popular winery in Margaux. The winery belonged to Chevalier de Lascombes, and has kept his name. Chateau de Lascombes inherited or had possession of the estate from the Durfort de Duras family. Lascombes kept to operate the winery until the French Revolution. Anne de Lascombes sold the winery and passed it to M.Favre. In 1855, Chateau Lascombes and Chateau Mouton-Rothschild were listed as the Second Growths, ranked fifth.