Château La Lagune 201175cl Volume
Château La Lagune 2011
|Type Of Wine:||red wine|
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|Appellation:||Haut-Médoc (Bordeaux, France)|
|Winery:||Château La Lagune|
|Volume:||75cl Other volumes|
|Grapes:||Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot|
Description of Château La Lagune 2011
Château La Lagune 2011 (Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot)
- View: Château La Lagune 2011 has a ruby purple plum
- Nariz: Rich and dense aromas of black raspberries, black currants, clay soil and a touch of new oak.
- Boca: Medium to full bodied, with silky tannins, decent acidity and lots of fruit and glycerin presented in a seductive and attractive style front.
CELLAR: Château La Lagune
GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon 50% Merlot 25% Cabernet Franc 15% Petit Verdot 10%
How to serve
Although most of those estates ranked in the 1855 classification lie within the famous communes of St Estèphe, St Julien, Pauillac and Margaux, there are five (discounting the obvious exception of Haut-Brion) that do not. Perhaps most notable of these is La Lagune, the highest ranked of the handful, and the southernmost classed growth estate of all the Médoc. Driving north from Bordeaux through the Médoc, along the D2, La Lagune is the first estate that you meet, and for this reason it is sometimes light-heartedly referred to as the premier grand cru of the region. Neither this estate's location nor its epithet should, however, distract Bordeaux savants from the true worth of this estate; here is a very good source of wines indeed.More about the Winery
Reviews of Château La Lagune 2011
The 82 hectares of this Haut-Médoc extend a severe croup. The vines of the vineyard is composed of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot 30% and 10% Merlot.
The wines are aged in barrels (50% new) for 18 months.
This vintage 2012 is under the sign of charm and finesse. It has notes of blackcurrant, slightly toasted, complemented by aromas of vanilla and spices.
Decanter: 17.25 / 20
Drink or keep: 2015-2025
PAIRING: Roast Goose Sarladaise
REGION: BURDEOSCABERNET SAUVIGNON MERLOT, CABERNET FRANC-PETIT VERDOT
TYPE OF WINE: RED WITH FOSTER
cherry red high layer and edging tile abundant and slightly thin tear stained glass. Good intensity nose, candied black fruit, balsamic and toasted wood background. in mouth: Good attack, acidity present, polished tannins, creamy
MARRIAGE: Combines with grilled meats, poultry, game, roast lamb, stewed meats, semi-hard cheeses.