Château Prieuré-Lichine

Château Prieuré-Lichine

Margaux 4ème Grand Cru Classé 2023

Bordeaux, France

Regular price£144.00
Case Size
Duty Status
Style: Red Drink from: 2030
ABV: % Drink to: 2045
Packaging: OWC Stock arriving: Spring 2026
Critic scores
91-92 RP, 91-93 NM, 91-93 AG, 93-94 JS, 93 JA, 92-94 JD
Critic reviews
"Fleshy and demonstrative, the 2023 Prieuré-Lichine offers up aromas of sweet berries, plums and smoke, framed by creamy new oak. Medium to full-bodied, rich and textural, with good depth and persistence, it's a strong effort that will offer a broad drinking window in a more modern style."
William Kelley, April 2024,

"The 2023 Prieuré-Lichine has a well-defined and quite detailed bouquet with pretty black cherries, cedar and wilted violet aromas. The palate is medium-bodied, with light tannins matched by a crisp bead of acidity. It doesn't possess a dense or concentrated finish, yet there is balance here, and it will provide very pleasant drinking for 15 to 18 years. This is just a delicious Margaux wine in the making."
Neal Martin, April 2024,

"The 2023 Prieuré-Lichine offers up copious red/purplish fruit, lavender, rose petal and mint. This is very nicely perfumed. Silky tannins add to an impression of finesse. There is just a touch of dryness on the finish, which is the only real question mark here. Tasted two times."
Antonio Galloni, April 2024,

"A very fine and polished PL with blackcurrant, fresh-herb, terracotta and crunchy-seed character. Medium body, fine and focused tannins and a flavorful finish. Lots there in a classic way."
James Suckling, April 2024, James

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Antonio Galloni,
Allan Meadows,
Gus McLean,
Jane Anson,
Jeb Dunnuck,
Jancis Robinson,
James Suckling,
Lisa Perrotti-Brown,
Neal Martin,
Tim Atkin,

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