(RP=88-90) The Chteau Lafont-Fourcat 2014, which is Merlot with a soupcon of Malbec, has an appreciable degree of succulence on the nose: dark plum and blueberries, nicely defined and focused with a touch of violet coming through with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with quite sharp acidity that lends this freshness and tension. It gently builds a delivers a razor-sharp, citric-fresh finish. This is very promising. (JS=89) A dark, savory nose with a soy-sauce note. Quite a sweet and generous front palate, then the fresh acidity and dry tannins kick in, making the finish just a bit chewy. Drink now.