Elaboration of Château Larcis Ducasse Saint Emilion 2016
Château Larcis Ducasse Saint Emilion 2016 (Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot)
- View: intense maroon
- Nose: Black Forest Cake, compote of red cherries, canned aromas of raspberry and blackberry pie.
- Mouth: medium body, the palate offers magnificent red and black fruit flavors that retain a wonderfully luxurious texture and a very long and perfumed finish.APPELLATION: Saint-EmilionVINEYARD: Chateau Larcis DucasseGRAPES: 87% Merlot, 13% Cabernet FrancAGEING: 18 to 20 months in French oak barrels 67% new,PREPARATION: The grapes are fermented with whole berries. Fruit will traditional cement tanks for fermentation. malolactic fermentation in barrel.WINE PAIRING: Classic dishes of meat, veal, pork, beef, lamb, duck, game, grilled chicken, roasted, braised and grilled dishesRECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 15.5 ° CALCOHOL: 14.5%
Ducasse's history dates back to Larcis eighteenth century documents of 1777 we reported the existence of the property, and also clearly indicate that he had wine on the farm. The wines were purchased by businessman Pierre Beylot Libourne, in the same family that established Chateau Peyraud. During the nineteenth century the estate was divided in two, but later reunited a few years later. The property formed a reputation for fine wines, winning a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1867, at which time he was in family hands Ducasse.More about the Winery