Wine Chateau Lamothe Bergeron (Cru Bourgeois), Haut-Medoc AOC, 2006
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Blueberry wine color.
Deep velvety taste of the wine shows a structure, good balance and a long finish.
The aroma of wine is characterized by warm and rounded tones of plum and black currant with elements of oak.
Wine is perfect for game and red meat, served with roast meat and cheese.
Chateau Lamothe Bergeron has always been the benchmark for wines O`Medoka, and received high status Cru Bourgeois in 1855, this wine has retained its today. Its name and impeccable reputation Chateau Lamothe Bergeron obliged agronomist Jacques De Bergeron, who since 1796 has devoted himself to the study of all the subtleties of wine-growing and conducted numerous studies, will greatly improve the quality of the vines and the harvest. From his father he inherited the estate of Chateau Lamothe, where several generations of the family have created excellent wines, famous throughout the world for its excellent quality and exquisite style. In 1970, the château was acquired by Cordier, who reorganized the vineyards and winery and cellars equipped with the most modern equipment, so as to bring the quality of wines Château Lamothe Bergeron to a new, higher level. It is difficult to find a corner of the world, where would not have been the products of the house Cordier, whose top priorities is to respect the balance between traditional and modern technologies, as well as environmentally friendly products.