Following are my most recent tasting notes for the wines in question.
Segal, Cabernet Sauvignon, Single Vineyard, Dishon, 2005: Dark, almost inky-garnet in color, concentrated and intense. Full-bodied and tannic enough to be thought of as chewy. Good black fruits here, but not so much a fruity wine as one led by aromas and flavors of smoked bacon, licorice and espresso coffee. Drink now–2011. Score 89. K
Chateau Labegorce, Margaux, 2001 (Kosher Edition): Medium bodied, with soft, barely felt tannins and a few berry and plum fruits on an earthy-herbaceous background. Lacking length but a good quaffer and at its best with food. Drink now-2008. Score 88.K (Re-tasted 21 May 2005)