Château Lagrange Magnum 2010

Château Lagrange (Saint-Julien)


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Château Lagrange is the maker of this Château Lagrange Magnum 2010 (£417.43), a red wine from the region of Saint-Julien produced with merlot and cabernet sauvignon from the 2010 vintage and shows an alcoholic content of 13%. Drinks&Co users rate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points and also has the following ratings: robert parker: 89 and wine spectator: 90.

Technical sheet · Château Lagrange

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2010 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Julien (Bordeaux,France)
Winery: Château Lagrange
Volume: 150cl Other volumes
Score: RP89WS90JR17RVF17B+D18
Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13%

Description · Château Lagrange

Château Lagrange Magnum 2010 (Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot)

TASTING NOTES OF Château Lagrange Magnum 2010:

  • View: Château Lagrange 2010 has a deep ruby ​​color with orange reflections.
  • Nose: Fine and complex nose of snuff, leather and toasted notes.
  • Mouth: mouth with soft and firm texture, with soft and smooth tannins. End of a great elegance and a remarkable aromatic class.

PAIRING: rib of beef with fresh morels, eel stew with parsley butter, duck breast with honey.

WINERY: Château Lagrange.

GRAPES: cabernet sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot from.

Château Lagrange

Château Lagrange, Classified Growth since 1855. The property is located in the west of the Saint-Julien appellation right in the heart of the Médoc vineyards. We hope this site will help you become better acquainted with our Château and the three wines we produce. During the blend tastings of our...

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Clos Des Millésimes

Posted on at 14.46

4 /5

2010The Château Lagrange Château Lagrange is known in the Middle Ages under the name of noble house Lagrange Monteil and found traces of the various owners since 1631. In 1842, former Interior Minister of King Louis-Philippe, Count Duchatel, marks both ownership and Médoc being the initiator of the drainage vines. It was the heyday of Lagrange in 1855 sees the rankings assign 3rd Cru position. The early 20th century is much less glorious as economic conditions deteriorate. Despite several changes of ownership, crops fail and low quality. Fragmentation is necessary because of this mess: 280 hectares in 1840, the field was reduced to 157 hectares when the Japanese group Suntory bought it in December 1983 to Cendoya family who owned 1925.Familier from the world of wine and leader beverages in Japan, Suntory brings capital for the spectacular renovation of the field. Marcel Ducasse recruited for this purpose, headed from 1984 to 2007 the company successfully, accompanying a deep restructuring of operations. After over twenty years of work, human and technical investments, Lagrange regained its rank and recognition from his peers. In May 2007, Bruno Eynard succeeds Marcel Ducasse in the direction of Lagrange after having attended the technical direction for 17 years. Assembly 75% Cabernet Sauvignon; 25% Merlot

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Reviews about Château Lagrange Magnum 2004

Edward Harris
Edward Harris


Château Lagrange (Saint Julien) Magnum 2004
Coffee aromas. As many 2004, it was a little rough.
There is nothing better at Saint-Julien.
Lauren Scott
Lauren Scott


Red intense cherry colour and very high layer. Sensual aromas of chocolate. It is a very balanced Petit Verdot.
A wine to be paired with "Tapas"
We tasted this wine at a wine tasting.

Reviews about Château Lagrange Magnum 1998

Paul Wing
Paul Wing


TASTING NOTES OF Lagrange (Saint Julien) Magnum 1998:
- View: Cherry red
- Nose: aromas of vanilla, chocolate and black fruits
- Mouth: rich, balanced

APPELLATION: Bordeaux (France)
VINEYARD: Château Lagrange

WINE PAIRING: red meats, cheeses

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