Chateau Lassegue Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2004
Wine Tasting Notes Lassegue is the essence of opulent ripe and very rich Cabernet Franc with a dense Merlot character plus a hint of Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine expresses a delicacy, elegance and a high complexity. With a voluptuous, layered and complex structure, this wine is already showing an accomplished character, which reflects the limestone and clay of the hillsides.
Cherry, blackberry nose. Dried cherries, slight pepper. Very well balanced.
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