Dense tannins mark this wine, partnered with black fruit flavors and woody tones. The palate exhibits a good balance between the excellent acidity and a ripe, full structure, finishing fresh.
92-94 points, Wine Enthusiast (2016)
The 2015 Boyd-Cantenac has plenty of ripe blackcurrant, bilberry and wild strawberry fruit on what feels quite a lavish and voluminous nose that is determined to make an impression. The palate is medium-bodied with juicy ripe tannin. This is a Margaux with the dials turned up to ten - a huge overarching structure lacquered with black fruit, supported by some quality new oak that lends it sheen. It is a powerful Margaux that deserves a decade in bottle, not a wine of finesse but it has the substance to reward long-term bottle age.
91-93 points, eRobertParker.com (Issue # 224 - Apr 2016)
Full and structured with chewy tannins. Plenty of earth and sweet tobacco character. Medium center palate. Should develop nicely.
91-92 points, James Suckling (Mar 2016)