Following are my notes for those of the wines on your list that I have tasted. I seem to have missed the 2001 kosher edition.
Chateau Labegorce, Margaux, 2000 (Kosher Edition): If you like the 1990 wine from this Chateau you’ll adore this one. Excellent balance and length, with lots of currants, berries and flowers, this medium to full bodied wine is soft, ripe and abundant in every way and should drink nicely for 10 - 15 years. Score 90. K (Re-tasted 6 Jun 2003)
Chateau Labegorce, Margaux, 2002 (Kosher Edition): Medium- to full-bodied with soft tannins integrating nicely and showing berry, plum and currant fruits on an earthy-mineral background. Not complex but good with food. Drink now-2008. Score 87. K (Tasted 21 May 2005)
Chateau Labegorce, Margaux, 2003 (Kosher Edition): Well done. Dark garnet towards royal purple, medium- to full-bodied with silky smooth tannins and spicy wood integrating nicely and opening on the palate to reveal currant, blackberry and black cherry fruits, those supported nicely by earthy minerals and a hint of spiciness. Moderately long. Best 2008-2011, perhaps longer. Score 89. K (Tasted 19 Jan 2007)
Chateau Labegorce, Margaux, 2004 (Kosher Edition): Think of this as the younger brother of the non-kosher edition if you will – younger, ready to drink earlier but reflecting much the same personality. Medium- to full-bodied, with firm tannins only now starting to recede and opening in the glass to reveal blackberry, raspberry, black cherry and white chocolate all leading to an appealing After-8 minty note. A generous wine, but not one for long term cellaring. Drink now-2012. Score 89. K (Re-tasted 3 Aug 2008)