1989 Lynch Bages Wine Dinner ~ 2/18/20 6:30pm

One of the world’s treasured red wines is the 1989 vintage Lynch-Bages, Grand Cru Classé – Pauillac and Murphy’s is fortunate to share this extraordinary rare wine with a few of our most special wine shop customers paired with a 4-course dinner. Peek below at the menu featuring duck breast and chateaubriand.

Review from August 2011 of the 1989 Lynch-Bages, Grand Cru Classé – Pauillac

99 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

The 1989 has taken forever to shed its formidable tannins, but what a great vintage of Lynch Bages! I would rank it at the top of the pyramid although the 1990, 2000, and down the road, some of the more recent vintages such as 2005, 2009 and 2010 should come close to matching the 1989’s extraordinary concentration and undeniable aging potential. Its dense purple color reveals a slight lightening at the edge and the stunning bouquet offers classic notes of creme de cassis, subtle smoke, oak and graphite. Powerful and rich with some tannins still to shed at age 22, it is still a young adolescent in terms of its evolution and will benefit from another 4-5 years of cellaring. It should prove to be a 50 year wine.


1st Course

 Sea Scallop Bisque
Bollinger, Special Cuvee, Brut Champagne

2nd Course

 Duck Breast, Red Wine Risotto, Escargot
1989 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac

3rd Course

 Chateaubriand, Pearl Potatoes, Bordelaise
1989 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac


 Chef Kenny Vargas’ Custom Creation

$120.00 plus tax + gratuity

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Murphy’s Invites You To A
Special Wine Dinner featuring the 1989 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac

4-Course Dinner featuring 1989 Lynch-Bages, Grand Cru Classé – Pauillac

A Chance To Taste A Rare Wine!

The history of Lynch-Bages vineyard began in 1749. In the heart of the Médoc on the banks of the estuary, Pauillac (Gironde, France) has been the true birthplace of Grand Cru Classé wines.

In the 1930’s, General Félix de Vial, a descendant of the Cayrou family, leased the vineyard to Jean-Charles Cazes, the son of “Lou Janou” and a farmer at Château Ormes de Pez in Saint-Estèphe. Cazes went on to purchase both properties in the wake of World War II. Lynch-Bages has been run by the Cazes family ever since. The estate’s reputation as a top quality wine producer took off in 1945 after a series of exceptional vintages. Visit the winery’s website.

You’ll be in Murphy’s private dining room.