Also enjoyed at Bennett and Linda's with a lovely rack of Australian Lamb.
Intense garnet in the glass - clarity has held up well with age. Cigar box, cedar, violets herby nose - this is Bordeaux. There was still enough fruit, predominately cassis, to pull all the other flavors together but this bottle was definitely in its prime. The vanilla from the oak highlighted the fruit and the silky smooth tannins were a delight with the lamb.
This was my first bottle of Château Margaux and I hope it will not be my last. An incredible food wine and a great match for the lamb.
Score: 93 Points
Price: $700 (Wine House)