Of the two estates bearing the "Grand-Puy" in their name, it is "Grand-Puy Lacoste" which is graced with most esteem. Much is due to a succession of dedicated owners: Raymond Dupin from 1932 until 1978; then Jean-Eugène and now Xavier Borie. It is a name that warms the heart of anyone with a penchant for Pauillac, despite lacking the regal caché of Pichon-Lalande for example. I regard it as the "dark horse" of the commune, a wine that Châteaux with delusions of grandeur would fear in a blind-tasting. It is the wine you would bring to a dinner where the guests appreciate fine, classic style of Bordeaux rather than a flashy label. (Producer Profile)
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