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Château Lagrezette Purple Malbec 2016

75cl

Château Lagrezette Purple Malbec 2016

£12.49
£12.49
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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2016 Other vintages
Appellation:Cahors (South West, France)
Winery: Chateau Lagrezette
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Malbec
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13.5%
Chateau Lagrezette elaborates this Château Lagrezette Purple Malbec 2016 (£12.49), a red wine from Cahors made of malbec of 2016 and has an alcohol content of 13.5%. According to Drinks&Co users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Description of Château Lagrezette Purple Malbec 2016

Château Lagrezette Purple Malbec 2016 (Malbec)

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: rich purple.
  • Nose: vivacious flavors of blackberry and black cherry.
  • Mouth: soft tannins, bright black fruit, juicy acidity and flavors of berries.

APPELLATION: Cahors.

VINEYARD: The grapes come from vineyards of the second terrace overlooking the Lot River vineyards with an average of 15 years.

GRAPES: 100% Malbec.

PREPARATION: after crushing, making a cold maceration five days to soften the tannins and highlight the aromas. Indigenous yeast fermentation followed by an extended maceration.

WINE PAIRING: barbecues and red meat.

RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 14-16 ° C

ALCOHOL: 13.5%

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- Nose: lively blackberry and black-cherry notes.
- Palate: emphasizing the fruity side of Malbec, this ripe, black-fruited wine is smooth and forward, with tobacco, spice and delicious, solid, berry fruit flavours. Freshness weaves through this ready-to-drink wine.
- Beside its complexity it is fresh, smooth and velvety.
- Alain Dominique Perrin, owner-wine grower, acquired the Chateau Lagrezette, in the south of Bordeaux in Cahors, in 1980; a building dating from the 15th Century, classed as an historic monument. The restoration of the building, its gardens and its vineyards took 10 years.
- He is not only a fan of wine, he is also a serious business man,- he used to be the CEO of Cartier and made the brand an essential in the world of luxury.
- The Chateau Lagrezette has allowed Alain Dominique Perrin to combine his two passions: a love of beauty and the creation of exceptional products.
- The consultant oenologist is the famed Michel Rolland, and Robert Parker, who has awarded many high ratings to the Malbecs of Lagrezette, has described them as the 'Quintessence of Cahors'.
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