Château la Lagune Mademoiselle L Rouge Haut-Médoc Aoc 2004

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Un nez profond de cassis avec une pointe rafraichissante de son bourgeon, des fragrances de cèdre, de tabac blond et un soupçon vanillé. Une bouche... Read more

Ein Wein mit Stil, mit Charakter und mit einer langen Tradition präsentiert sich im Glas. Das ist Bordeaux: ausgewogen, vielschichtig, nachhaltig, ... Read more

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Snooth User: sawacs
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4.00 5
07/18/2007

Excellent wine


Snooth User: matlebat
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4.00 5
09/02/2008

Un nez profond de cassis avec une pointe rafraichissante de son bourgeon, des fragrances de cèdre, de tabac blond et un soupçon vanillé. Une bouche corpulente, emplissant le palais de rondeur mais qui garde une trame droite et dynamique lui donnant une belle allonge qui s'accompagne de saveur de fruit noir mûr presque compoté, de note de tabac, de vanille. Les tanins sont terriblement soyeux et parfaitement polis. La finale est longue, fraiche, avec une pointe d'amer éléguante, et persiste sur la mûre, le cassis, une pointe vanillée, le tabac, le cedre et un beau fûmé final. . Le meilleur Bordeaux 2004 bu à ce jour sorti de ma <a title="cave &agrave; vin GrosBill" href="http://www.grosbill.com/2-cave_a_vin-type-froid" target="_blank">cave &agrave; vin chez Grosbill</a>Très Bien - Excellent


External Reviews for Château la Lagune Mademoiselle L Rouge Haut-Médoc Aoc

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Source: Flaschenpost Weinservice GmbH
04/17/2009

Ein Wein mit Stil, mit Charakter und mit einer langen Tradition präsentiert sich im Glas. Das ist Bordeaux: ausgewogen, vielschichtig, nachhaltig, elegant und fein. Dieses mächtige Gewächs bietet jetzt schon viel Trinkgenuss: Die Gerbstoffe sind präsent, die Struktur ist fruchtig, gradlinig, und der Schmelz im Finale ist klasse. Château LA LAGUNE gehört zu den grossen Weinen des Médoc und ist ein sicherer Wert für Weingeniesserinnen und -kenner, die wissen, was sie wollen.


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Château La Lagune has ridden the vicissitudes of fashion that have swept over the Medoc in the past 30 years. Now owned by the Frey family, La Lagune has seen a return to form, brought about by lower yields and better work in the vineyard. It is the southernmost classed growth of all the Médoc and one of just five classed in the 1855 classification lying outside the main communes of St Estèphe, St Julien, Pauillac and Margaux. The estate covers 80 hectares of vineyard planted on gravel slopes of which the best face North/South. The well-draining gravel comprises small white pebbles brought by the Garonne river during the Tertiary era. The vineyards are planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 10% Petit Verdot. The mitigating effect of the Gironde estuary and the Atlantic mean the climate is mild and not too rainy. Mademoiselle L is made from young, Cabernet and Merlot vines. It has good depth of red-black colour with attractive perfumes of red and blackcurrant and an earthy, leathery note. On the palate, the intense cassis character of the Cabernet is fleshed out by the ripe, plummy Merlot which pads out the structure and gives a sweet fruit to the finish.

Château La Lagune has ridden the vicissitudes of fashion that have swept over the Medoc in the past 30 years. Now owned by the Frey family, La Lagune has seen a return to form, brought about by lower yields and better work in the vineyard. It is the southernmost classed growth of all the Médoc and one of just five classed in the 1855 classification lying outside the main communes of St Estèphe, St Julien, Pauillac and Margaux. The estate covers 80 hectares of vineyard planted on gravel slopes of which the best face North/South. The well-draining gravel comprises small white pebbles brought by the Garonne river during the Tertiary era. The vineyards are planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 10% Petit Verdot. The mitigating effect of the Gironde estuary and the Atlantic mean the climate is mild and not too rainy. Mademoiselle L is made from young, Cabernet and Merlot vines. It has good depth of red-black colour with attractive perfumes of red and blackcurrant and an earthy, leathery note. On the palate, the intense cassis character of the Cabernet is fleshed out by the ripe, plummy Merlot which pads out the structure and gives a sweet fruit to the finish.

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