Checked in on these four wines the other week. I knew what they were of course, but had them blind with a Level 1 Somm friend, and a day later with my SO. All of these were delicious, and I had them without and with cheeses both times.
1. 2005 Ch. Clerc Milon. Big nose of rainforest, tobacco leaf, herbs, perhaps a little brett. Flavors of plum, herbs, mushrooms, moderate tannins/acidity. Hold for 5+ years. 93pts.
2. 2005 Ch. Duhart Milon. Pretty but reserved nose of fennel, forest floor, herbs. Flavors of ripe blackberries, plum, moderate tannins/acidity. Hold for 5+ years. 91pts.
3. 2005 Ch. Lascombes. Fantastic nose of plum, pepper, herbs, concrete/stone, something funky in there like marijuana. Flavors of licorice, plum, cherries, herbs, mild tannins, great acidic balance. Drink or hold. Gorgeous wine, 96pts.
4. 2005 Ch. Bahans Haut Brion. Nose of cinnamon and other pie spices, ripe plums, something chemically like acetone. Flavors of plum, fig paste, mellow tannins. Drink or hold. 95 pts.
BTW, I correctly guessed the regions of these both times...I clustered the two Pauillacs due to their similarity, and guessed the Margaux due to the gorgeous nose. Also, my preference for them was consistent during both tastings. FWIW, my somm. friend favored the two Pauillacs. My GF ranked them like I did, but liked the two Pauillac wines about equally.