This bumper harvest produced pleasant, harmonious, very fine wines, which proved to have a remarkable capacity for ageing. Today, the wine in bottles has tired, but the magnums have kept some freshness and are very pleasant to drink.
A fine vintage, in spite of a relatively rainy August.
The picking began 19th September.
It was with this vintage that the First Growths decided for the first time to bottle their whole production at the Château. The poor vintages and economic whirlwind of the 1930s in the end forced them to reverse this decision until better days.