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Wine Chateau Lascombes, Margaux 2-me Cru Classe, 2015

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Tasting Notes

Color

Wine amazingly rich purple color.

Taste

Elegant, complex wine has a delicate, soft, rounded taste with an oily texture and velvety tannins, with dominant notes of juicy black berries. The finish is long.

Aroma

Fresh and open wine aroma reveals hints of black fruit combined with hints of chocolate and fruit decorated with light shades of mocha coffee and vanilla.

Gastronomy

The wine will be the perfect pair of blue cheese, foie gras, pate, prosciutto and red meat and wild birds.

Interesting Facts

Amazing wine Chateau Lascombes combines elegance, oily texture, rich tannins and complexity. Wine disclosed for many years, developing a palette of flavors, the wine structure becomes softer with age. Vineyards Chateau Luscombe cover an area of ​​84 hectares, and the average age of the vines is 35 years. Chateau soil is the best suited for growing grapes such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, as they contain clay, limestone and gravel. In accordance with the results of geological investigations, the vineyard was restructured in order to improve and diversify the grape varietal characteristics. For the same purpose in 2001 the vine was severely cut.

Harvest Wine Chateau Luscombe carried out very carefully, grapes formed into small desyatikilogrammovye basket, in order to avoid damage to the berries. Before fermentation grape slightly compressed, cooled and soaked for a week - it allows to extract the maximum color and gives greater stability and fault aromatic complexity. Primary fermentation of wort is carried out in stainless steel vats at a temperature of 28 ° C, after which the wine is pumped into the new wooden barrels, where it undergoes a secondary fermentation with lactic acid bacteria. The wine for 4 months aged on its lees in oak barrels, 80% of which are updated annually, so it becomes more rounded, mellow taste and subtle nuances of undergrowth in taste and aroma.

Producer's description

Chateau Lascombes is one of the jewels of the French heritage. From the 17th century to the present day, ten generations of owners have changed each other, and each has left its mark on the history of Chateau Lascombes. The development of the castle was attended by prominent historical characters, such as, for example, the knight Antoine de Lazcombe, the first owner who gave the name to the Chateau. At various times, the estate was owned by an American investment group, a brewing company, and during World War II it was the headquarters of the coalition forces. The elegant silhouette that looms behind the gate is in fact architecture of various styles, combining elements from the 17th and 19th centuries. The surrounding park offers magnificent views of the castle and the adjacent vineyard. Chateau Lascombes vineyards cover 120 hectares in the Margaux appellation, as well as 10 hectares in the O'Medoc appellation. To this day, it is one of the largest vineyards in the Cru Klassé in 1855. Dominique Befwe has been leading the Chateau Lascombes team since 2001, numbering about forty people. Dominique is a passionate professional who has honed his craft for 10 years at Chateau Lafite Rothschild , Chateau Duhart-Milon and Chateau l'Evangile . Since 2011, the MACSF group has owned Chateau Lascombes, which has opened up many new opportunities for research in improving the quality of Chateau Lascombes wines.

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