St-Julien is home to some of the most prodigious winemakers with 11 classed growths of the commune reading like the wish-list of wine lovers!
"One of Bordeaux’s top second wines... Well-made, medium-bodied, elegant, and reminiscent of its bigger sibling, it should age well for 10-15 years". 87-89 points. Robert Parker
Perhaps slightly more modern and open than many, it reveals a great depth of fruit and a warm richness from ageing in new oak barrels. Will drink now with full-flavoured dishes.
"Very, very rich and velvety. Meaty and seductive. Rich, exotically floral. (It certainly seemed as though from a completely different century when served immediately after the 1961.)" Jancis Robinson