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Château La Tour de Mons

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2020 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 92

Deep in color, the wine shows its bouquet of black currants, smoke, licorice, wet earth and oak notes easily. Lush, fleshy, ripe, and round, the fruit is fleshy, sweet and richly textured, finishing with loads of ripe blackberry notes on the mid-palate and finish. Clearly, this is a step up in class since the new owners took over. 91-93 Pts

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2019 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 92

Medium-bodied, forward and juicy, with a great sense of purity and freshness in the fruits, bringing you length, lift, loads of sweet, ripe red pit fruits in the finish. The first vintage under the new owners, the Perrado family, the wine is already showing improvement. 91-93 Pts

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2018 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 91

With a floral edge to the perfume, the wine is ripe, juicy, firm and fresh, with ample, sweet, ripe, earthy red pit fruits and chewy tannins. The wine has nice density and a sweet, juicy mid-palate and finish. 91 Points

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Ripe, fresh and floral, with loads of juicy cassis, wet earth and dark cherries on the nose and palate. Round, and a blast of cocoa and red fruits in the finish, give this a few years before popping a cork. 90-92 Pts

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2017 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 88

There is brightness along with a leafy component in this soft, forward medium-bodied wine. Displaying sharp red fruits, this is relatively classic in nature. 88 Points

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2016 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 91

Earth, herbs, forest leaf accompany the ripe, soft, fresh, sweet, red fruits. Elegant and charming on the palate, this is a value priced wine from the Margaux appellation that really works this year. 91 Points

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Fresh, juicy cassis, earth and floral notes define the personality of this medium-bodied wine. Soft with polished black cherries and an espresso finish, this needs just a year or two of cellaring before reaching its full potential. 91 Points

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2015 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 89

A top value wine from increasingly expensive Margaux appellation.. there is a soft touch to the earthy, red fruits with a nice floral component that already comes through in this forward, medium-bodied wine. 89 Points

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Medium-bodied, forward and on the bright side of the dark, red fruit style range, this wine has an attractive, earthy, spicy fruit characteristic. 87 - 89 Pts

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2014 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 88

Medium-bodied, soft, forward and already showing ripe, dark red fruits, earth and tobacco nuances. Round in texture, with some oak still in the forefront, this is a nice, character driven, well priced, value wine from the Margaux appellation. 88 Points

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2012 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 89

Medium bodied, fresh, vibrant, lively style of wine, with a youthful, black cherry, plum, thyme and espresso bean character, round textures and fruit filled finish. Let it rest a few more years. 89 Points

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2010 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 88

Fresh, floral and fun, with soft textures, ripe, fresh ripe, black raspberries, black cherries earth and tobacco with a hint of espresso. The wine is already easy to drink. 88 Points

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2009 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 89

Medium bodied, the wine shows slightly firm tannins with an earthy, blackberry, espresso, plum and dark chocolate character. From a blend of 55% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petit Verdot, this should get even better with a few more years of age. 89 Points

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2008 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 87

Medium bodied, fully mature, soft, easy drinking wine with freshness to the earthy, cedar and cigar box tinged, red fruits. Drink up sooner than later. 87 Points

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2005 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 85

Fully mature, very light, red fruits, earth, smoke and tobacco in character, with an easy to drink finish. This is not a wine for further aging. 85 Points

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2000 Château La Tour de Mons  (Margaux) 85

Slightly past its best days, still, this old-school classic offers a nice, chewy, red berry, sweet and tart character, with mildly rustic tannins and loads of earthy, forest, cigar box, tobacco, and herb notes on the nose and palate. 85 Points

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