Château Léoville Las Cases 2010 AOC Saint Julien

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Flaschengröße: 0.75
Jahrgang: 2010
Appellation: Saint-Julien
Alkohol: 13,5%
Klassifikation: Klassifikation von 1855
Klassifikation Chateau: 2ième Cru en 1855

Genussindex*: 20/20 Punkten

Château Léoville Las Cases 2010


Matthias Hilse: 97-100 (April 2011)

Matthias Hilse 99 Punkte (Dezember 2019)


Weitere Verkostungsnotizen:

The Wine Advocate

"As one would expect, this is a powerful, concentrated wine with 13.7% natural alcohol (compared to 2005's 13.2%). The pH is quite normal at 3.56, and its relatively high total acidity gives it a classic, fresh, yet backward style. Given how long vintages such as 1982, 1986, and I suspect, 2000 are taking to reach maturity, prospective purchasers of this wine should easily invest in a decade of cellaring, although I suspect it will be closer to 15 or more years before it reveals secondary nuances. A good 40- to 50-year wine, it is a dense purple, full-bodied style of Las Cases, with classic sweet kirsch, graphite and black currant fruit as well as hints of new saddle leather and subtle oak. Backward, layered and multi-dimensional, the wine is stunningly rich, but brooding. Forget it at least until 2020 or later."

Robert Parker 95-98 Punkte

Quelle: "The Wine Advocate", Issue 194 auf



"Cropped at 36.7hl/ha, the Leoville Las-Cases is a blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot and 8% Cabernet Franc, offering 13.7% alcohol and a pH of 3.56. It will be raised in 75% new oak. The nose is very intense with notes of blackberry, cassis, tobacco and a touch of black truffle, all very well defined and perhaps less generous, but more cerebral than the 2009. The palate is full-bodied with exceptionally silky smooth tannins, wonderful harmony and sense of beguiling composure and completeness. The finish is tannic, driven by the ripe Cabernet Sauvignon. I expect this Las-Cases to close down for a few will need time to mellow and reach its drinking plateau. Drink 2025."

Neal Martin 96-98 Punkte


Decanter Magazine

"Stunning concentration of fruit, precision and purity, a great vineyard expression and a totally great wine by Chateau Leoville-Las-Cases in 2010, in the most simple sense of the term."

19,5/20 Punkte


Jeff Leve

"A blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot and 8% Cabernet Franc represents 36.7% of the harvest. The wine reached 13.7% alcohol, which is l0wer than the 13.8% level recorded in 2009. Opaque purple in color, this big, concentrated, thick wine is stuffed with ripe cassis and fresh blackberries. Powerful, tannic, ripe, fresh and dense, this masculine wine requires serious cellar time to become civilized."

95-96 Punkte

Quelle: © with the courtesy of Jeff Leve

Revue du Vin de France

19,5-20/20 Punkte


Roger Voss

96-98 Punkte


René Gabriel's BDX Total

"82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, Ertrag 36 hl/ha. Extrem dunkles Purpur mit lila und violetten Reflexen. Berauschende Frucht, dezent dropsiger Beginn, dann viel schwarze Kirschen und Edelhölzer zeigend. Eine unglaubliche Souplesse bei massiven Tanninen, stoffiger, veloursartiger Gaumenfluss, sehr homogen, erinnert im Stil an den 2006er. 2019 bis 2045"

19/20 Punkte


Wine Spectator

"The aromas to this wine have a beautiful purity of raspberries, blueberries, currants, and flowers that follow to a a full body, with super integrated tannins that are like the finest silk in texture. It shows elegant and pretty fruit character and a reserve and finesse of such great years as 1989 and 1995. The bright strong acidity gives a crunchy and creamy texture. This has a tiny bit more Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend than 2009. Give it at least six to eight years of bottle age."

99 Punkte



"(a blend of 82% cabernet sauvignon, 10% merlot and 8% cabernet franc; 74 IPT; 3.56 pH; 75% new oak; 13.7% alcohol) Deep ruby with purple highlights. Sexy, classic, captivating cabernet sauvignon aromas of blackcurrant, graphite and cedar complicated by minerals. Silky-sweet, fine-grained and almost gentle on entry, with well-integrated acidity contributing to an impression of finesse. Then dense and firm in the mid-palate, with rich, brooding cassis, gunflint and mineral flavors. This is considerably less showy today than the 2009 was at a similar stage of development, conveying a more austere aspect to its dark fruit flavors. Finishes pure, seamless and very long, with incredibly silky tannins. How Jean-Hubert Delon manages to get tannins this sweet and smooth every vintage is beyond me."

Ian D'Agata 94-97 Punkte (Mai 2011)

Quelle: Mai 2011


Sehr dunkles Rubingranat, violette Reflexe; kleinbeerige schwarze Frucht, feine Gewürznuancen, schwarze Kirschen klingen an, etwas Zwetschgen, rauchige Nuancen; straff, extraktsüß, dann folgt eine intensive Säurestruktur, präsente Tannine, gute Komplexität, besitzt eine gute Länge, rote Beeren und Zitrone im Abgang, mir persönlich etwas zu viel Rasse, besitzt dessen ungeachtet ein sehr gutes Reifepotenzial.

Peter Moser 94-96 Punkte


Glänzt nicht durch übertriebenen Extrakt, sondern durch Frische, seine Rasse, seine immense Länge und Tiefe, die absolute Qualität seiner Tannine. Gigantischer Las Cases, wie wir ihn noch nie verkostet haben. 2025 bis 2050.

19/20 Punkte


Château Leoville las Cases

FR 33250 Saint-Julien-Beychevelle


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