Wine Chateau La Lagune, Haut-Medoc AOC 3-eme Grand Cru Classe, 2003
Dark ruby color with a purple hue.
Chateau La Lagoon has excellent balance and soft, complex taste in which the tone of lychee, mango and other tropical fruit intertwined with hints of herbs.
Aroma entices tones of tropical fruits, cherries and Mediterranean herbs.
Wine perfectly complement roast lamb, steaks and other dishes from red meat and game. As appetizers are best suited hard cheeses and pates.
The first mention of wine Chateau La Lagoon back to the XVIII century, and in the XIX century it was not equal, as evidenced by the numerous awards received at various exhibitions, including international ones. To date, with the arrival in 2000 in winery enologist Caroline Frey, it once again gained popularity among wine critics and wine is worthy of a third-class Grand Cru. Specialists appreciate wine Chateau La Lagoon, emphasizing their high potential for bottling, as 40-year-old wine extracts retain their full perfection, over the years, revealing all the new faces and shades. Wine Chateau La Lagune also have freshness, harmony and a slight tinge of femininity, which gives them a unique individual character that is easy to recognize the leading oenologists of Bordeaux.
But the main secrets behind the style of wine Chateau La Lagoon - a unique terroir, where the average age of the vines is 30 years, careful sorting of grapes, gentle vinification and aging in oak for 15-18 months.
Try exquisite Chateau La Lagoon 2003, which thanks to perfectly ripened grapes has low acidity and complex bouquet, enchanting notes of tropical fruits. At the peak of ripeness wine will be between 2010-2015 years.