Chateau Maltus Lalande de Pomerol

2019 Chateau Maltus Lalande de Pomerol - 90 PTS - DECANTER

decanter logo 250"New estate with gravel and clay soils bought by Vignobles Lassagne with a good vine age average of 55 years. Malo and ageing in barrel, and this succeeds in achieving a supple, rich feel, just a little overly influenced by smoked oak notes. Good silky texture, and plenty of promise. Drinking Window 2025 - 2040." - Jane ANSON.

- Decanter (May 30th 2020), 90 PTS

2018 Chateau Maltus Lalande de Pomerol - 91 PTS - WE

wine enthusiast 91 pts

"Sixty-year-old vines and a blend with 70% Merlot have produced this richly dense wine. The structure and the fruit are well integrated giving a wine that is smooth, ripe with blackberry fruits and touches of wood-aging flavors. The wine will age, so wait to drink until 2023. - Roger VOSS"

- Wine Enthusiast (February/March 2021 double issue), 91 pts

2017 Chateau Maltus Lalande de Pomerol - 91 PTS & Cellar Selection - WE

wine enthusiast 91 pts"Fermented in new barrels, this wine is richly structured and full of dense fruit. Vivid blackberry flavors give the wine a strong line in fruitiness, acidity and tannins. The wine deserves to be aged. Drink from 2022. - Roger VOSS"

- Wine Enthusiast Magazine (February 2020), 91 pts & Cellar Selection

2016 Chateau Maltus Lalande de Pomerol - 90 PTS - JD

jeb dunnuck logo 250"A blend of 80/20 Merlot and Cabernet Franc, the 2016 Chateau Maltus spent 18 months in French oak before bottling. This deep ruby/purple-colored Lalande-de-Pomerol boasts outstanding notes of chocolate covered cherries, blackcurrants, dried earth, and licorice. With medium body, a rounded, mouthfilling texture, and supple tannins, it’s an incredibly charming, delicious 2016 to drink over the coming 8-10 years."

- Jeb Dunnuck (March 27th 2019), 90 pts

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