Clos du Marquis, St Julien 2004 (magnum)
This walled vineyard within the mythical Léoville estate in St Julien delivers amazing value for money, and this 2004 magnum is packed full of fruit and spice which develops into notes of coffee. The palate is round, soft, and well balanced.
"One of Bordeaux’s top second wines, the 2004 Clos du Marquis exhibits crunchy, juicy, red cherry and currant fruit along with notions of herbs and spice box. Well-made, medium-bodied, elegant, and reminiscent of its bigger sibling."
The Wine Advocate.