Wine Spectator: A frankly fruit-driven style, but delicious, with exuberant plum and blackberry paste flavors leading the way, backed by a melted licorice note. The velvety finish has good underlying acidity. 90 - 93 Points
Wine Advocate: The 2015 Lascombes has a dense, rich bouquet with licorice and cigar box-infused black fruit and a touch of wilted violet. It feels rather tight-fisted compared to its peers in the Margaux appéllation. The palate is very smooth on the entry, plenty of new oak here, balanced but for want of a better word, missing some personality - especially on the finish that feels just a little labored. 89 - 91 Points
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot, 3% Petit Verdot
Known as one of the most powerful and tannic Margaux, the Lascombes wine shows more race and finesse in the latest vintages. It offers a beautiful volume and an intense and sweet fruit from ripe harvest.