A broodingly backward, tannic, dark ruby-colored wine, Dauzac's 1995 borders on being too austere, but there is enough sweet black currant fruit, as well as medium body and a fleshy mid-palate to elicit enthusiasm. While this will never be a great claret, it is a well-made, competent Margaux that will age nicely.
Author: Robert Parker
Wine Spectator | Rating: 92
Best Dauzac ever. Attractive berry and violet aromas follow through on the palate. Medium- to full-bodied, with racy tannins and a long, floral aftertaste. Very pretty indeed.
Author: James Suckling
Jancis Robinson | Rating: 16
Dark crimson. Tobacco leaves on the nose - reminds me of a really ripe, concentrated Tempranillo! Quite big and beefy for a Margaux. Could do with a lttle more refreshment. Drying droughty 1995 tannins. Interesting wine with something to say for itself even if it is not typical Margaux.