Wine Chateau Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac AOC 1-er Grand Cru, 1995
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Wine rich ruby-red color.
The wine has a clear, balanced, deep and elegant taste with sweet notes of fruit.
The wine has an expressive aroma of juicy cherries with hints of plums, minerals, smoke the bark, wild game, as well as notes of oak and baked apples.
The wine goes well with meat, game, poultry, and pates, cheeses and truffles. Ideal for traditional French cuisine.
The high quality wines Chateau Lafitte Rothschild talk too, they need no introduction. A bit of history: Wines Chateau Laffite were taken to the prestigious level in 1716 Nicholas Alexander Marquis de Segur. The wines were evaluated by the king himself, created a furore in court circles of Versailles and fed to the most sophisticated and well-known techniques (Madame de Pompadour and later - at Madame du Barry). Chateau Laffite was put up for auction in 1797, and in 1868 was acquired by Baron James de Rothschild. Rothschild family denied ownership of the economy in 1940, but in 1945 they were again able to restore their right to ownership of Chateau Lafitte. Age of vines - over 80 years. Soil vineyards - grayviynye. 1995 differed sunny summers and moderately rainy September, which was beneficial to the maturation of the grapes. Excellent vintage, not as powerful as in 1996, but still gorgeous and with a particularly fine tannins. The wine has great aging potential, can be drunk now.