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Lynch Moussas 2010
-£120.33     (-48.72%) Latest price:  £126.67
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Average Score 89.57

This is solid for this estate with currant and chocolate character, full body and a velvety textured finish. Best ever from here? 76 percent Cabernet Sauvignon and 24 percent Merlot.
Cropped four days later than Batailley, finishing on 21st October, the Lynch Moussas is a blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon and 24% Merlot cropped at 39hl/ha, this has quite a generous nose with blackberry, crushed stone, just a hint of hot roof tiles developing with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy tannins on the entry, good acidity, more backbone than the 2009 was showing last year with some lovely ripe Cabernet Sauvignon. There is an almost citrus-like freshness on the finish with very good length. Certainly the best Lynch Moussas in a very long time. Tasted March 2011. Neal Martin,
Tasted 7 Apr: Very dark, concentrated ruby. Very fresh and minerally/pencil shavings on the nose. Soooo Cabernet! Nice succulent fresh Pauillac without enormous ambition but well balanced and should provide lovely medium-term drinking. More transparent than most. Dry finish. Tasted 17 Feb: 1.5km from sister property Ch Batailley. Not finished when I tasted it so I have given precedence to my impressions when I tasted it blind in early April . Very dark purple. Light green-peppery note. Sweet start and lacks the sheer concentration of some 2010s but pretty snazzy. Very sweet and flattering.
Good, slightly briary-spicy cassis fruit, good clarity and depth and very attractive wine from this château in continuous improvement. Drink 2016-26. Steven Spurrier,
The 2010 is a strong effort and one of their best wines in a generation or more. Some toasty oak seems relatively strong, but not excessive. Deep ruby/purple, notes of black fruits as well as red currants, fig and plum are all present. The wine has a good bit of flesh, fat, but then shuts down in the finish, with moderately high tannins. By all counts, this is an excellent Pauillac that just needs a few years of cellaring to resolve some of its oak and tannin, but has the potential to be outstanding if given sufficient bottle age. It should last for two decades.||Lynch Mousses has never been one of my favorite wines, but the Casteja family, who own nearby Batailley, have definitely upgraded quality at this estate. Wine Advocate.February, 2013
This is a ripe balanced elegant wine with a vibrant fruit profile, but lacking in depth. The tannins are supple and the finish is moderate. There is a wonderful lightness in this wine making it approachable even in its youth.
24M 76CS Fragrant cassis, the fruit is a touch jammy and a bit superficial

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