L de Lagarde Organic Vegan Wine 2009

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“Aromas of peach marmalade, egg salad with celery, and lemon curd follow through on a round entry to fruity-yet-dry m...

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Really beautiful floral nose with a hint of mushroom and bright cherry fruit. Palate is full of cranberries and cocoa, very light and easy drinking... Read more

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Vintage: 2007 04/08/2011

Really beautiful floral nose with a hint of mushroom and bright cherry fruit. Palate is full of cranberries and cocoa, very light and easy drinking with a pleasant tart finish.


Winemaker's Notes:

Our cultivation is called “raisonnée”: more heads of vine per hectare allow us a “green harvest”, the choice of the best grapes. The grape-harvest takes place at the end of September and the chronological steps of the harvest has always been the following: Red grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Franc, then Cabernet Sauvignon. White grapes: Sauvignon, Muscadelle then Semillon.

Tasting Notes:

“Aromas of peach marmalade, egg salad with celery, and lemon curd follow through on a round entry to fruity-yet-dry medium body with tangy nectarine, apple skin, and mint notes. Finishes with a crisp, tart lime skin and mineral accented fade. A refreshing palate cleansing wine to pair with grilled Vietnamese fish or Pad Thai.”

Our cultivation is called “raisonnée”: more heads of vine per hectare allow us a “green harvest”, the choice of the best grapes. The grape-harvest takes place at the end of September and the chronological steps of the harvest has always been the following: Red grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Franc, then Cabernet Sauvignon. White grapes: Sauvignon, Muscadelle then Semillon.

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Dietary Information: Organic, Vegan, All-Natural, Certified Sustainable

Chemical Analysis:

Alcohol: 12.5%

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