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    2019 Lilian-Ladouys, St.Estèphe, Cru Bourgeois

    Selv om der er lang tidshorisont i denne vin, vil den nok være en af de mest givende at nyde kun få år gammel, efter et par karaffel-timer. Den dybe brombær- og cassis frugt har ret bløde tanniner og en vibrerende friskhed over sig, suppleret af bladkrydderier som timian og mynte, mineraler og en røgtone. At man på slottet hylder den livsglade, oldgræske filosof Epicur kan nærmest fornemmes i vinen.
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    Årgang

    2019

    Område

    Bordeaux

    Land

    Frankrig

    Decanter 93 / 100
    JamesSuckling 92 / 100
    WineCellarInsider 93 / 100
    Robert Parker 91 / 100
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    Produktinformation

    Name
    Value
    Merlot59%
    Petit-Verdot3%
    Cabernet Franc1%
    Cabernet Sauvignon37%
    VintypeRødvin
    DyrkningsmetodeTraditionel
    LandFrankrig
    DistriktBordeaux
    FyldighedFyldig
    TørhedsgradTør
    LukkemetodeKorkprop
    Årgang2019
    FlaskestørrelseHelflaske, 0,75 liter
    Varenummer246919
    93 / 100

    Decanter

    92 / 100

    JamesSuckling

    93 / 100

    WineCellarInsider

    91 / 100

    Robert Parker

    Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2019 Lilian Ladouys comes bounding out of the glass with expressive scents of crushed blackberries, cassis and boysenberries with touches of dried Provence herbs, charcoal, clove oil and espresso. The medium-bodied palate is charged with energy, offering firm grainy tannins and electric freshness to support the tightly wound black fruits, finishing with loads of invigorating herbal and mineral sparks. A property to watchùin 2018, the Lorenzetti family purchased two neighbor estates, Château Clauzet and Château Tour de Pez, adding these to the Lilian Ladouys vineyard to almost double its planted area to 77 hectares. These additional vineyards are composed of gravelly soils of the same level as the best blocks of Lilian Ladouys. Soils are a typically Saint-Estèphe mix of sandy-gravel and clay with some limestone deposits. It is planted at 8,500-10,000 vines per hectare, with an average vine age of 36 years in 2019.