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Cloves, girolle mushrooms, with intense black fruits that are met by fresher red fruits, ensuring neither is too overpowering. This is a great vintage at Langoa, has the intensity that will please the crowds but the delicacy and St-Julien finesse that makes it true to itself. First year for technical director Francois Brehant. 70% new oak. - 94 points Jane Anson

Château Langoa-Barton, 3rd Classified Growth, was the first of the two Bordeaux wine estates bought by Hugh Barton in the 1820s, the other being Léoville-Barton, 2nd Classified Growth.

Hugh Barton was a descendant of an Irish family which settled in Bordeaux in the 18th century and which has a long and distinguished history in the region’s wine trade. Both properties are still family-owned and run and together represent the longest tradition of unchanged ownership in the Médoc. After the death of the late Anthony Barton in 2022, his daughter Lilian and grandson Damien Barton have now taken the reins.

Langoa Barton has 20 hectares of vineyards (Cabernet Sauvignon 71%, Merlot 21%, Cabernet Franc 8%) lie on gravelly-clay soils. Vinification includes 18 months' maturation in oak barriques (50% new). Langoa Barton is vinified and matured in exactly the same way as Léoville-Barton and any difference between them must be put down to variations in the soils and exposure of their respective vineyard blocks.

Both Langoa and Léoville wines are models of typical St Julien restraint and elegance, and the château’s fair pricing policy, always with an eye to the long term , has won it many loyal friends amongst its customers. For years, Langoa Barton was considered slightly lighter and more forward than Léoville. However, in the last decade it has become noticeably deeper in colour and richer and more concentrated on the palate. Langoa Barton is now often the equal of Léoville.

St Julien is located on the left bank of Bordeaux. The small commune has the highest concentration of classed growths. The Cabernet Sauvignon based wines that are produced here are structured, perfumed and elegant.

Chateau Langoa-Barton 2009

SKU: 889699
Regular price $189.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Bordeaux

VARIETAL: Red Blend

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FORMAT: 750 ML

Cloves, girolle mushrooms, with intense black fruits that are met by fresher red fruits, ensuring neither is too overpowering. This is a great vintage at Langoa, has the intensity that will please the crowds but the delicacy and St-Julien finesse that makes it true to itself. First year for technical director Francois Brehant. 70% new oak. - 94 points Jane Anson

Château Langoa-Barton, 3rd Classified Growth, was the first of the two Bordeaux wine estates bought by Hugh Barton in the 1820s, the other being Léoville-Barton, 2nd Classified Growth.

Hugh Barton was a descendant of an Irish family which settled in Bordeaux in the 18th century and which has a long and distinguished history in the region’s wine trade. Both properties are still family-owned and run and together represent the longest tradition of unchanged ownership in the Médoc. After the death of the late Anthony Barton in 2022, his daughter Lilian and grandson Damien Barton have now taken the reins.

Langoa Barton has 20 hectares of vineyards (Cabernet Sauvignon 71%, Merlot 21%, Cabernet Franc 8%) lie on gravelly-clay soils. Vinification includes 18 months' maturation in oak barriques (50% new). Langoa Barton is vinified and matured in exactly the same way as Léoville-Barton and any difference between them must be put down to variations in the soils and exposure of their respective vineyard blocks.

Both Langoa and Léoville wines are models of typical St Julien restraint and elegance, and the château’s fair pricing policy, always with an eye to the long term , has won it many loyal friends amongst its customers. For years, Langoa Barton was considered slightly lighter and more forward than Léoville. However, in the last decade it has become noticeably deeper in colour and richer and more concentrated on the palate. Langoa Barton is now often the equal of Léoville.

St Julien is located on the left bank of Bordeaux. The small commune has the highest concentration of classed growths. The Cabernet Sauvignon based wines that are produced here are structured, perfumed and elegant.