Perswijn – Ronald de Groot – ****
Geur: kruiden en pruimen, leer, kersen
Smaak: stevig en sappig, elegant, stoere tannine, sap
- Wine Spectator – James Molesworth (93-96)
The intense cassis and blackberry fruit is studded with graphite and licorice snap notes. Vivid from start to finish. Grippy but energetic.
• James Suckling – (93-94)
This is a very velvety-textured Lagrange with blackberry and purple-fruit character. Lavender and black-tea undertones. Full body. Long and caressing.
- · Wine Advocate – Lisa Perrotti-Brown (93 – 95)
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2018 Lagrange opens a little closed and broody, slowly revealing cedar chest, tar, pencil shavings, camphor and fragrant earth scents with a baked plums and warm cassis core plus a hint of yeast extract. Full-bodied and jam-packed with black fruits and earthy accents, it has a solid frame of firm, chunky tannins and just enough freshness, finishing on a persistent mineral note.