One of the three properties owned by Marie-Laure Lurton, Tour de Bessan’s 2010 is a firm, smoky wine, dark and firm in character. It has weight, a solid and rich feel and a juicy black-currant note. The finish shows both aging potential and attractive fruitiness.
From one of the properties controlled by Marie-Laure Lurton, this is a finely made wine. It revels in its structure, while around that there are ripe, soft red berry fruits, spice and an intensely juicy acidity. Full of charm, ready to age.
A stunning modern cellar has been constructed at this property owned by Marie-Laure Lurton. The wine has some modern polish and richness, but it is still very Margaux, showing elegant fruit to go with the ripe tannins and black jelly flavors. This is an attractively restrained wine, which should age well over the next 5–7 years.