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Château Larose-Trintaudon Red Bordeaux Blend Haut-Médoc 2005

Winemaker's Notes:

Each plot and grape variety are independently made into wine in a temperature-regulated vathouse, offering our oenologists the opportunity to create complex blends. Rigorously controlled, alcoholic fermentation, and twice daily pumping over take place over a five-to seven-day period. When the alcoholic fermentation has come to a close, vatting follows its course for 2 to 3 weeks so as to extract the tannins from the marc. After careful tasting the wine is run off. Finally, malolactic fermentation which is left to occur in tanks immediately after running off, brings the wine-making process to an end. In early January, the wine is transferred to wood casks. In the quiet atmosphere of the ageing cellar, the barrels endow the wine with vital ingredients, while exposing it to tiny quantities of oxygen. This has an effect on the wine's colour and its tannins, producing a well-balanced, very elegant wine.

Member Reviews for Château Larose-Trintaudon Red Bordeaux Blend Haut-Médoc

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Snooth User: Stunner97
31506859
2.50 5
03/04/2010

Smells are very rich of raspberries and currant but more then anything on the nose i get a lot of raspberry with a kick of spice, decent amount of fruit and berry with a soft tannin on the finish nothing harsh, the merlot gives it alot of fruit and overall a medium body and just hint of spice and oak, the finish is fairly short and overall i feel the flavor on this wine is a little bit thin, this is though a pretty good food wine but maybe to my tastes a bit simple on its own. Overall nothing offensive but nothing world changing either.


Snooth User: cfree220
51041169
3.00 5
08/08/2011

I enjoyed drinking this wine, though I would not select it again with the expectation of structure or complexity. Medium bodied, nose is earthy and herbaceous, imparting hints of wet clay and dark fruit.


Snooth User: gibsta
91330444
4.50 5
02/12/2012

Amazing Left bank Bordeaux for the price tag. 2005 vintage (as of this writing) needs a bit longer to find its balance, but very drinkable nonetheless.


Snooth User: KTG
893347
3.50 5
03/02/2012

Ok


External Reviews for Château Larose-Trintaudon Red Bordeaux Blend Haut-Médoc

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/19/2011

A bit herbal on the nose and palate, but lots of currant and lavender character. Medium-bodied palate, with a round finish. Best after 2006.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/19/2011

I like the Indian spices and berry character in this wine. Medium body. Well-integrated tannins. Medium finish. Best after 2002.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

At 341 acres, the largest vineyard in the Meacute;doc, Larose-Trintaudon was once owned by the Forner family of Marqueacute;s de Caacute;ceres fame in Rioja. Today, back in French hands, its wines remain smooth and velvety, reminiscent of Spain perhaps, but with a smoky elegance that is more Meacute;doc. Ready to drink soon, this is a good value.


External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
05/15/2010

Each plot and grape variety are independently made into wine in a temperature-regulated vathouse, offering our oenologists the opportunity to create complex blends. Rigorously controlled, alcoholic fermentation, and twice daily pumping over take place over a five-to seven-day period. When the alcoholic fermentation has come to a close, vatting follows its course for 2 to 3 weeks so as to extract the tannins from the marc. After careful tasting the wine is run off. Finally, malolactic fermentation which is left to occur in tanks immediately after running off, brings the wine-making process to an end. In early January, the wine is transferred to wood casks. In the quiet atmosphere of the ageing cellar, the barrels endow the wine with vital ingredients, while exposing it to tiny quantities of oxygen. This has an effect on the wine's colour and its tannins, producing a well-balanced, very elegant wine.


External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
04/12/2011

Each plot and grape variety are independently made into wine in a temperature-regulated vathouse, offering our oenologists the opportunity to create complex blends. Rigorously controlled, alcoholic fe


External Review
02/07/2010

Château Larose Trintaudon - Cru Bourgeois Supérieur 2005: Dieser elegante Bordeaux funkelt im Glas dunkel rubinrot. Am Gaumen brilliert er mit einem mittleren Körper und Aromen von roten und schwarzen Früchten (schwarze Johannisbeere, Himbeere und Brombeere) sowie spürbaren Tanninen. Wunderbar zu Pilzgerichten, Wild oder auch Gänseleber und Käse. Er sollte bereits zwei Stunden vor dem Genuss geöffnet werden. Weingut: Château Larose TrintaudonRegion: Bordeaux - SupérieurRebsorte: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% MerlotInhalt: 0,75 lAlkoholgehalt: 13,0  Vol.%Lagerfähigkeit: 10 - 15 Jahre ab JahrgangEmpfohlene Serviertemperatur: 16 - 18°C Rotwein > Frankreich > Bordeaux


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Supple with stylish flavors of cassis, vanilla and blackberries mdash; excellent example of a Bordeaux from this leading estate.


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Tasting Notes:

On the nose, it’s rich dark, red black cherry, beefy, touch of cedar, cigar box, blueberry hints. On the palate, beautiful, elegant, lots of balance: lots of flavor with not too much weight. Black cherry, white pair, touch of cedar, touch of smoke, beautiful acidity.

Each plot and grape variety are independently made into wine in a temperature-regulated vathouse, offering our oenologists the opportunity to create complex blends. Rigorously controlled, alcoholic fermentation, and twice daily pumping over take place over a five-to seven-day period. When the alcoholic fermentation has come to a close, vatting follows its course for 2 to 3 weeks so as to extract the tannins from the marc. After careful tasting the wine is run off. Finally, malolactic fermentation which is left to occur in tanks immediately after running off, brings the wine-making process to an end. In early January, the wine is transferred to wood casks. In the quiet atmosphere of the ageing cellar, the barrels endow the wine with vital ingredients, while exposing it to tiny quantities of oxygen. This has an effect on the wine's colour and its tannins, producing a well-balanced, very elegant wine.

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