Château Lafite Rothschild 2010 AOC Pauillac

975,00 €
entspricht 1.300,00 € pro 1 L
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Flaschengröße: 0.75
Jahrgang: 2010
Alkohol: 13,5%
Appelation: Pauillac
Klassifikation: Klassifikation von 1855 (Medoc)


Château Lafite Rothschild 2010


Matthias Hilse 100 Punkte

differenzbesteuert nach §25a UStG

Weitere Verkostungsnotizen:

The Wine Advocate

This exceptionally rich, thick Lafite came in with the highest level of natural alcohol (13.5%) ever achieved at Lafite Rothschild. To put that in its proper context, the 2009 and 2005 were 13.3% and in the hottest Bordeaux summer ever recorded in over 200 years, the 2003 achieved 12.8%. A blend of 84% Cabernet Sauvignon and 16% Merlot, all harvested between October 9 and 14, the 2010 exhibits an extraordinarily dense color, an unctuous texture and sweet black currant fruit intermixed with graphite, charcoal and truffle notes. A director Charles Chevalier told me, between July and the October harvest, Bordeaux had its driest weather since 1949, but it never got excessively hot. Hence the tiny berries, freshness and extraordinary precision of Lafite Rothschild. This superb effort will undoubtedly shut down slightly once it is bottled despite a pH of 3.8. It needs no building up because much of Lafite Rothschild has now become an obsession with the wealthy Chinese and most of it will undoubtedly be consumed before it ever hits its prime. Ideally, it should be cellared for 10-15 years and drunk over the following 50+ years.

Robert Parker 98-100 Punkte

Quelle: "Wine Advocate" Issue 194



"The 2010 is a blend of 87.2% Cabernet Sauvignon and 12.8% Merlot, cropped between 24th September until 13th October, delivering 13.48% alcohol at pH 3.82. Whereas the 2009 Lafite was an immediate 'wow', this is far more introspective and broody, particular coming directly after Latour. Deep, dusky dark berried fruit, a touch of cedar and pencil box. Good definition but not as expressive or as vigorous as I was expected. The palate is medium-bodied, very well balanced with fine but structure tannins, masculine in style, understated compared to Latour. I take a little sip (pourquoi pas?) and there is another annexe of dark cherry and a touch of boysenberry. Hints of cedar and spice towards the dry, tannic finish. This is a Lafite that will grow during its élevage. Drink 2020- Tasted March 2011."

Neal Martin 95-97 Punkte

Quelle: "Wine Journal" auf


Decanter Magazine

"Chateau Lafite Rothschild has a fabulous nose of wild violets, wonderful lissom texture backed by aristocratic firmness, a totally captivating wine for the long term." 20/20 Punkte

Quelle: "Decanter"


Jancis Robinson

87% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Merlot. Now, will this be the only time I ever get to see this wine, before it all migrates east? Very intense dark blackish crimson. Lovely Lafite scent – recognisable member of the family with a hint of oyster shells. But some extra breadth, even fat, this year. Hugely ambitious. Dense and quite dry on the end. But with Lafite breed and race. Somehow manages to have real roundness, covering the notable acidity and doubtless tannins which are very difficult to discern. Already a marvel and a pleasure to taste. Lovely, lovely balance.

19/20 Punkte

Quelle: Robinson, Jancis


Jeff Leve

"Produced from a blend of 87.2% Cabernet Sauvignon and 12.8% Merlot, (which is close to what the estate used in 2005,) the wine opened with cedar, earth, minerality, cassis and forest floor aromatics. In the mouth, the wine is suave, polished and fresh, with layers of pure blackberry and spicy cassis. This is pure refined elegance. While not the most powerful First Growth, it’s the most regal in bearing. According to the Director, Charles Chevalier, part of the reason for the success in 2010 was due to less pumping over than usual. Chevalier added, with the high 13.5% alcohol level, his team spent more time watching over each individual vat during fermentation."

97-99 Punkte


Quelle: © with the courtesy of Jeff Leve

René Gabriel's BDX Total

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Wine Spectator

"Believe the hype. Lafite is perfect in 2010. The nose is amazing with sweet tobacco, dark chocolate and currants. It is amazing. It’s like gazing into the blue sky in wonder after tasting this young wine. Full and powerful with amazing minerals, currants and bitter chocolate. It starts off slowly and then finishes with a bang. This is really layered and wonderful. It goes on and on. Stunning."

100 Punkte

Quelle: Suckling, James



"(87.2% cabernet sauvignon and 12.8% merlot; 13.5% alcohol) Glass-staining deep purple-ruby. Archetypical Lafite elegance on the nose, offering delicate, pure aromas of cassis, blueberry, cedar and graphite complicated by intense minerality. Then bright and fresh in the mouth, with perfectly harmonious acids nicely supporting the pretty blackcurrant, cedar and delicate herbal flavors. Very long and extremely refined, with uncanny silkiness of tannins. A cool, refined, impeccably balanced Lafite that will need plenty of aging: drink 2022 through 2050. One of the top half dozen wines of the vintage."

Ian D'Agata 95-98 Punkte

Quelle: Mai 2011

Yves Beck

"Sehr dunkles Rubingranat, violette Reflexe; kleine schwarze Beerenfrucht, ein Hauch von Grafit, zart nach Honig und Nougat, wirkt noch etwas verschlossen. Engmaschig, dunkleres Beerenkonfit, stramme, präsente Tannine, sehr gut strukturiert und anhaltend, kraftvoll und doch nicht üppig, bleibt sehr gut haften, ein großartiger, präziser Lafite, ein Vin de Garde, wird seinem hohen Anspruch vollends gerecht."

98-100 Punkte

Quelle: Falstaff 03/2011


Château Lafite Rothschild

FR 33250 Pauillac


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