Château La Mission Haut Brion 2005

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Flaschengröße: 0.75
Jahrgang: 2005
Appellation: Pessac-Léognan
Alkohol: 14%
Klassifikation: Klassifikation Graves (rot)
Klassifikation Chateau: Cru Classé des Graves

Genussindex*: 20/20 Punkten

Château La Mission Haut Brion 2005


Matthias Hilse 99 Punkte

Weitere Verkostungsnotizen:

The Wine Advocate

„The 2005 La Mission Haut-Brion is pure perfection. It has an absolutely extraordinary nose of sweet blackberries, cassis and spring flowers with some underlying minerality, a full-bodied mouthfeel, gorgeously velvety tannins (which is unusual in this vintage) and a long, textured, multi-layered finish that must last 50+ seconds. This is a fabulous wine and a great effort from this hallowed terroir. Drink this modern-day legend over the next 30+ years. Only 5,500 cases were produced of this blend of 69% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Cabernet Franc.“

Robert Parker 100 Punkte (Juni 2015)


„Tasted at Farr Vintner's La Mission dinner. The 2005 Chateau La Mission Haut-Brion is a stellar wine that is not for my generation but the next (and I ain't that old). It has a very expressive bouquet, the Merlot exceptionally animated and vibrant, manifesting scents of dark plum, blackcurrant, hints of leather and warm gravel lurking just behind. Returning to my glass after a couple of hours the bouquet is even more complex with lovely mint and juniper berries joining the chorus line. The palate is structured, as is typical of the 2005s, with a fine line of acidity, layers of black fruit, mint and tobacco. It fans out wonderfully on the finish. Stunning - but it deserves another decade in the cellar. Drink 2022-2060.“

Neal Martin 99 Punkte (Nov. 2013)


„Another massive effort, the inky/purple-colored 2005 La Mission-Haut-Brion is broodingly backward and foreboding. The aromatic profile offers hints of charcoal, freshly laid hot tar, truffles, graphite and black fruits. Full-bodied, powerful, tannic and almost painfully extracted and concentrated with tremendous structure, good acidity and a massive finish, this infant wine is largely unchanged since I first tasted it from bottle. If everything comes together in 10-15 years, this brilliant 2005 should merit a triple digit score. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2050+.“

Robert Parker 98+ Punkte (Aug. 2012)


Jeff Leve

„This is really far too young to open. Even with multiple hours of decanting, it remains youthful. That being said, it's stunning in every sense of the word. It's powerful, refined, intense, pure, silky and mouth fillingly dense. It has everything needed to rival and surpass the 1989 and that says a lot. Give it at least until it turns 20 however.“

100 Punkte (Jan. 2017)


„Stunning in every way, the wine perfectly balances intensity, incredible levels of concentration, power and purity. Mouth coating, palate staining and harmonious, this is a future legend. Still young, the tannins are so ripe, you can pop a cork now to experience the wine in its impressive youthful stage. Else you can wait decades for an incredible experience that will be hard to equal when this reaches maturity. That might take 15-20 years, but it’s going to be worth the wait.“

100 Punkte (Juni 2015)


„05 La Mission Haut Brion, unlike some years that are considered better for either Cabernet or Merlot, this special vintage was considered perfect for both varietals. Black, inky and opaque in color. This has one of the most compelling noses of any young wine I’ve ever smelt. Aromatics explode from the glass like an old school Playboy Bunny popping out of a cake! Incredible levels of sweet, ripe, jammy berries, licorice, black fruit, tar, exotic spices and liqueur of an amazing mélange of fruits are all over the place! Quivering in anticipation for my first sip of this supposed, mythical vintage of La Mission Haut Brion, it did not disappoint. The wine actually blows up your palate! This is pure decadence. One of the richest, most concentrated young wines I have had the privilege to taste. Your palate is coated with an endless stream of rich, ripe fruit that feels like every berry was hand polished before being crushed. This long finish was absolutely seamless. I wish I could last as long as this finish! When Bob retastes the vintage, this has to be a serious contender for a triple digit score. At first, I gave it 100, but upon reflection, decided it was not quite at the level of the profound 89, served at the same dinner.“

99 Punkte (Okt. 2008)

Quelle: © with the courtesy of Jeff Leve

Jean-Marc Quarin

„Couleur sombre, très intense et à peine évoluée. Nez moyennement aromatique, pur, fruité et crémeux. Moelleux à l’attaque, suave et fondant au développement, puissant et pourtant aérien, ce vin s’envole en finale, complexe, profond, avec du goût et une tannicité un brin titillante, mais le grain est fin. Du grand vin noble et trop jeune.“

19.5/20 oder 99 Punkte (Juni 2016)


„Couleur sombre, intense et légèrement évoluée. Nez d’intensité moyenne. Il sent l’amande, les fruits rouges, mais il est moins précis que celui de Mouton. Ample à l’attaque, suave au développement, puissant, ce vin évolue juteux, gras, vers une très grande finale complexe et sans aucun angle. Il combine deux sensations inédites lorsqu’elles sont ensemble, la suavité et la race.“

19/20 oder 98 Punkte (Nov. 2014)


„Vin impressionnant qui associe les arômes et la corpulence dans un équilibre époustouflant. Il commence par un grand nez fumé. En bouche, les grands Mission Haut Brion brillent de suite par leur attaque. Puis le gras, le velours sont inédits. Et le vin fond en bouche, suave et complet sur des tanins fins et une longueur remarquable. Ensemble délicieux et de longue garde bien difficile à cracher !“

18.5/20 oder 97 Punkte (Dez. 2009)


„Dégusté décanté Je viens juste de le regoûter au milieu des tout premiers crus du millésime, bouteilles achetées. Ce cru vient de sortir parmi les trois premiers vins du millésime avec château Margaux et Petrus, et largement devant Haut-Brion. Sa complexité, sa profondeur de goût et son gras font merveille. Superbe !“

19/20 oder 98 Punkte (Nov. 2009)


„Dégusté décanté. Couleur sombre. Nez puissant, pur, noble, sentant la mûre et la fumée. Incroyable entrée en bouche très riche et le vin se développe extrêmement aromatique, gras, complexe, puissant, ample et très savoureux. Fondant, mais pourtant tannique, il s’achève long, distingué et incrachable. Quelle race ! Très longue garde prévisible.“

18.5/20 oder 97 Punkte (Mai 2008)


„Belle couleur. Très beau nez frais, fin, fruité, mûr. Notes subtiles de cerise, de résine. Très belle entrée en bouche riche. Le vin se développe gras et plein. Très savoureux avec une présence superbe en milieu de bouche, ample et long, puissant aussi, il garde une fraîcheur de fruit remarquable pour l’année, même s’il a un si grand pourcentage de merlot. Délicieux. Assemblage : 69% merlot, 30% cabernet sauvignon, 1% cabernet franc. 14,2° d’alcool.“

18/20 oder 96 Punkte (Apr. 2006) - Fassmuster

Quelle: Quarin, Jean-Marc © Copyright, Jean-Marc Quarin (JMQ)

James Suckling

"his is very rich and layered for La Mission with ultra-polished tannins yet velvety and beautiful in texture. It's fully-bodied and full of character that shows plums, berries, wet earth and oyster shell flavors that are so unique to reds from this estate. Superb quality. Better to drink this in 2020 but try now to feel the greatness."

99 Punkte (Nov. 2015)


Jeb Dunnuck

"Still inky hued, the blockbuster styled 2005 Château La Mission Haut Brion is based on a blend of 69% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and the rest Cabernet Franc. A huge monster of a wine that's still 4-5 years out from its drink window, it gives up massive amounts of ripe, smoky black fruits, truffles, chocolate, graphite, and roasted meats. This carries to a full-bodied Pessac-Léognan offering a dense, concentrated mid-palate, lots of tannins, wonderful purity, and one heck of a magical finish."

99 Punkte (Apr. 2021)



Château La Mission Haut Brion

67 Rue de Peybouquey

FR 33400 Talence


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