This fifth-growth chateaux has been so popular for so long for its richness and breed, it really should be upgraded in the classification. Except no classified chateau in the Medoc, with the exception of Mouton-Rothschild in 1973, has ever been upgraded. So that's that. The 2014 continues to impress. Opaque and darkly colored, full-bodied and viscous in texture, flavorful with some licorice notes and beautifully structured.