Wine Andre Lurton, Chateau Dauzac, Margaux Grand Cru Classe AOC, 2006
Reviews of purchase Andre Lurton, Chateau Dauzac, Margaux Grand Cru Classe AOC, 2006
The wine has a beautiful, deep dark red color with garnet reflections.
Rich, yet flexible and concentrated taste of the wine shows dense tannins and a wonderful, long -shokoladnoe vanilla aftertaste.
Amazing aroma of the wine is fragrant bright berry notes (black currant, blueberry, blackberry), accompanied by skin tones, and tobacco smoke.
Wine is good complement grilled meat, steak and poultry.
Dry red wine "Chateau Dauzac" has unlimited flexibility and rich tannins, power and, at the same time, the delicacy. It never fails and always surprises!
"Chateau Dauzac" made from grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grown in the vineyards of Grand Cru Class in Margaux. Age of vines between 18 and 20 years. Vinification carried out in stainless steel at a controlled temperature of 28-30 ° C for 3 weeks. Then the wine is aged in oak barrels for 12 months. The wine has excellent potential storage - 10-15 years.
With respect to weather conditions in 2006 turned out to be very unpredictable. The first quarter was characterized by rainy and cool weather, especially in March, rainfall was 3-4 times higher than normal. At the same time, it was a very hot year, it was registered as the second high temperature since 1950.
Chateau Dozak came under the management of André Lurton in 1992. The area of vineyards Chateau Dozak located in AOC Margaux is 40 hectares. The first vineyard was planted in the XII century, the category of Grand Cru Classe portion received in 1855. It is mostly grown Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Lurton family, known in Bordeaux as a wine producer from 1650 - one of the greatest dynasties in the world, whose members are engaged in winemaking and wine trade. To date, the family owns about 630 acres of land. Wineries are located in the Entre-Deux-Mers, Pessac-Leognan, Margaux, Lussac Saint-Emilion and elsewhere. Andre Lurton wine characterized by a unique flavor and freshness, and young wines aged wines often exceed their rich taste.
Andre Lurton philosophy runs through all his life and says: "Being a passionate winemaker, I spent 60 years looking for the best terroirs of Bordeaux, with the aim of producing fine wines. I personally watched its vineyards, as well as for the production of all stages of its development. My wine combine ancestral traditions and cutting-edge winemaking technology. And my signature is a guarantee of the highest quality and is recognized throughout the world. "