CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 1985
CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 1985
CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 1985
CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 1985
CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 1985
CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 1985
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1985 CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 1985

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100 / 100
Wine Enthusiast October - 2022
Wine Enthusiast
As always, it is the Cabernet Sauvignon that sings. It brings an impressive structure to the wine, rich tannins and powerful black fruits. The wine is set for aging. It shows all the power and the open quality of the vintage.
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4 / 5
Michael Broadbent September - 1998
Michael Broadbent
Sweet with rich fruit; soft, a rather hefty '85, though well balanced. Delicious.
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18,5/20
Jancis Robinson August - 2022
Jancis Robinson
Magnum. Looks more evolved than the Las Cases 1982. This was from which era? Not probably at the estate’s peak. Smooth and supple and at a lovely point in its evolution. The alcohol is just a little obvious on the end. This won’t last as long as the Las Cases but it’s tasting beautifully now. Long and mellifluous. Perhaps the magnum size helps the showing of this wine…? Such a beautiful finish.
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97 / 100
Adrian van Velsen - vvWine
Dark fruity, complex, with lots of minerality, smoke, tar, herbs, mint, eucalyptus, smoke, wow, a profound nose this is. The palate is compact, top structured, a monument of a wine, lots of pressure yet highly elegant, finest tannins, juicy fruit, sensational acid structure, lots of length. Huge potential. I look forward to a duel Comtesse vs. Baron in 2050 - if I am still alive then. 
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96 / 100
Vertdevin September - 2022
Vertdevin
 The nose is aromatic and offers power/force in delicacy, mastery, depth as well as a certain intensity in finesse/ripeness. There are notes of liquorice, fresh violet and more slightly graphite combined with delicate mineral touches, fine points of black tea, sap as well as a subtle hint of spice, Sichuan pepper, a discreet touch of saffron, cardamom and an imperceptible hint of clove/incense. The palate is fruity and offers accuracy, minerality, good definition, a mineral backbone, some well-managed richness, a very discreetly tight material, precision, neatness and a fine airy side in the approach. Richness/power with delicacy and control. On the palate this wine expresses notes of creamy raspberry, fleshy strawberry and more slightly blueberry combined with touches of liquorice, crushed blackcurrant, fine hints of cocoa bean, sweet blond tobacco, a subtle hint of vanilla cream as well as a very discreet hint of saffron (in the background) and sweet spices. A nice and fine salinity at the end of the mouth. Some mellowness at on the finish. Nice persistence.
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18 / 20
Vinum Wine Magazine September - 2021
Vinum Wine Magazine
Very reserved aromatic expression; strong in the base, extremely dense, of particular depth, superb tannin with polish, well-balanced fire; particularly stylish: there is no better way to express vintage and typicality.
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96 / 100
Falstaff May - 2021
Falstaff
Intense ruby, opaque core, purple reflections. Ripe dark cherry fruit underlaid with sweet spices, hints of cassis and liquorice, a touch of nougat and vanilla, fine notes of fine oak; a very inviting bouquet. Juicy, fine red wild berries, also blueberries, fresh, beautifully structured, silky, supporting tannins, light-footed, salty-minerality, very long with a fascinating freshness. A certain promise for the future.
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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Pauillac
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Château Pichon Longueville Baron
Château Pichon Longueville Baron

Classified a 2nd growth in 1855. The vineyard of Pichon Baron (as they called to distinguish it from its neighbor Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande) is situated right next to Chateau Latour on one of the finest vineyards in Pauillac. In the seventeenth century, Jacques de Pichon Longueville Baron, began to construct the vineyard of Pichon-Longueville. The reputation of the wine was established a few years later. The present castle was built in 1851 by Raoul de Pichon-Longueville. The wines of Château Pichon Baron come from this historic property. Resulting in full-bodied wine, rich in tannins, which are characterized by their finesse and elegance. Their length in the mouth is exceptional and they have a significant aging potential.