The 2018 La Tour du Pin Figeac is understated yet so expressive. Dark cherry, mocha, spice and new leather are some of the notes that grace this decidedly mid-weight, restrained Saint-Émilion. Lifted aromatics and fine tannins add character. Deceptive in its feel, the 2018 is beautifully persistent through to the long finish. This is an especially quiet wine for the vintage.
91 points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous (Mar 2021)
I've only had a few vintages from this Château, but I've certainly always come away impressed. The deep purple/ruby-hued 2018 Château La Tour Du Pin Figeac boasts lots of Christmas spice, cedarwood, and floral notes, medium-bodied richness, rock-solid cassis and ripe cherry fruits, and a great finish. The tannins are slightly chewy, yet I like its density, balance, and length. It's going to keep for at least 10-12 years.
90+ points, Jeb Dunnuck (Mar 2021)
A lighter St.-Emilion with berry, chocolate and toasted coffee bean. Medium body, light tannins and a creamy finish. Delicate for a 2018. Drink after 2021.
90 points, James Suckling (Mar 2021)