One of the driest summers for the last 30 years in St Julien, with the berries at Lagrange the smallest for the past 36 years, and correspondingly high levels of Cabernet Sauvignon everywhere – 84% at Léoville Barton, 80% at Lagrange (the highest ever), 69% at Talbot (also highest ever), 79% at Saint-Pierre and 80% at Ducru Beaucaillou.
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The following wines have all been scored 93 points and above
Not yet tasted: Château Gruaud-Larose, Château Moulin Riche, Château Lalande