Source: The Wine Advocate; Published: Apr 30, 2014 (RP-91)
Its bigger, more famous sibling, the 2011 Pichon Longueville Baron exhibits a dense ruby/purple color, an opulent mouthfeel for a 2011, silky tannins and no hard edges. Medium-bodied and well-endowed, it is a major success in this vintage. It should hit its stride in 3-4 years and last for 15.
Drink Date: 2017 – 2032
Source: jamessuckling.com. Issue Date: Friday, March 13, 2015 (JS-92)
A Pichon Baron with currants and cocoa powder. It’s a little lean but shows lovely full body, bright fruit and polished tannins. Lovely race and finesse. Better in 2018.