Having bought a case of this a couple of years back, I’ve been impressed by the way the wine has improved over the last year having been a bit dumb and unexciting when it first arrived. A bottle drunk with friends in their garden in Aldeburgh late last Saturday night sitting around a wood fire really hit the spot. Lovely, juicy fruit with a nice cedary tinge – very tasty and moreish. Delicious! A wine that delivers lots of pleasure and enough complexity to keep you interested to the bottom of the bottle and probably the second. This Chateau is still a reasonably priced Bordeaux (in comparision to others) en primeur and back vintages are probably still affordable.