Yves Beck, Beckustator, April 2019: Château Mayne Lalande 2018 = 93/100

Purplish purple. What a beautiful expression of the bouquet with fruity and floral notes. On the palate, the wine is compact, dense, creamy and endowed with precise tannins, with fine grains which confer a suave touch; A pleasant, convincing, powerful and fine wine. Great success.

James Suckling, April 2019: Château Mayne Lalande 2018 = 92/100

A fresh and lightly chewy young red with blackberry and light tobacco character. Medium body, firm tannins and a fresh finish.

In Magnum, Bettane and Desseauve, April 2019: Four beautiful vintages and the 40 values ​​= Château Mayne Lalande

In an appellation that is too isolated, here is a true artisan wine, just as careful as an aristocrat in its viticulture and its oenology and particularly complete when the Merlot excels, which it did in great abundance in 2015.


Bernard Burtschy: 90-91 – Château Mayne Lalande 2017:

The color is very dark and the nose oscillates between violet and blackcurrant. The wine is dense and fresh, good length and purity. Great success certainly but not at the level of the splendid 2016, but on the same path. The wine was made with 60% merlot and 40% cabernet sauvignon

Weinwisser : 17

Dense purple garnet with a purple sheen. Intense cherry bouquet with malt notes, followed by fine lilacs and lingonberry jam. On the palate with a firm body and delicate extract. In the middle finale with plum skin and elderberry, it looks a bit sinewy at the moment. With the barrique fat this will result in a classic Listrac expression.

James Suckling : 87 – 88

Wine Green: 89 – 90

Ulrich Sautter: 90