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1 Fl. Château Margaux 1989 *90PP*

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1 Fl. Château Margaux 1989 *90PP*

Margaux, 1er grand cru classé

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Château Margaux 1989 (Margaux, 1er grand cru classé)

in gutem Zustand. Die Etikette ist jedoch beschmutzt (siehe Foto's). Stets fachgerecht in meinem Weinkeller gelagert.

Trinkreife: jetzt und noch weitere 8-12 Jahre.

Ratings: R.Parker 90v100P; WineSpectator 97v100P; R.Gabriel 18v20P.

Aktuelle Preise im CH-Weinfachhandel gemäss WineSearcher pro: CHF 450-675.

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R.Parker hat diesen Wein wie folgt beschrieben:

Rating 90
Drink Date 2003 - 2025
Reviewed by Robert M. Parker, Jr.
Issue Date 1st Jan 2003
Source Bordeaux Book, 4th Edition, The Wine Advocate

Dwarfed by its younger sibling, the 1990, the 1989 Chateau Margaux has a dark plum/garnet color and a big, sweet nose of new saddle leather, toasty oak, and weedy black cherry and cassis fruit. The wine is medium-bodied, with relatively elevated tannins, outstanding concentration and purity, but a somewhat clipped as well as compressed finish. This certainly outstanding wine has put on a bit of weight in its evolution in the bottle, but it is hardly one of the most profound efforts from Chateau Margaux. Anticipated maturity: 2006-2025. Last tasted, 10/02.

1989 Chateau Margaux
Rating: 89 points
Producer: Chateau Margaux
From: Margaux, Bordeaux, France
Variety: Bordeaux Blend (a dry red table wine)
Drink: 2002-2022
Source: Wine Advocate #109 (Feb 1997)

As prodigious as the 1990 is, the 1989 seems to typify so many of the Medoc first-growths in this vintage - excellent, but undistinguished for its reputation. The wine possesses a leathery, oaky nose, medium body, and good ripeness, but next to the 1990, the 1989 is dwarfed by that wine's richness, intensity, and length. The tannins come across as more elevated, as well as slightly greener and tougher. The 1989 may put on more weight and come together, much like the 1985 did after 4-6 years in the bottle, but for now, this wine seems to follow the pattern of many 1989 Medoc first-growths, revealing an unexciting level of quality. Give it 5-6 more years of cellaring, and drink it over the following 20.

—Robert Parker

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