Wine Chateau Lagrezette, Malbec, 2006
Reviews of purchase Chateau Lagrezette, Malbec, 2006
Wine brilliant red.
Wine with a gentle, harmonious, slightly tart taste, which hints of vanilla smoothly into the shades of black currant and elegant finish.
Wine sounds aromas of red fruit and subtle, elegant notes of cocoa and wood.
The wine will be revealed with red meat, cheeses and true French delicacies - foie gras and truffles.
Chateau Lagrezett, Malbec 2006 was marked by a silver medal at the exhibition "Concours General Agricole" in Paris.
Manor Vineyards Chateau Lagrezette trace their history to the 15th century. Owner Alain Dominique Perrin estates known that for a long time headed the Cartier jewelry house, famous oenologist Michel Rolland oversee production of excellent wines from grapes Malbec, Merlot and Tannat, harvested from vineyards of over 60 hectares of south-western region of Cahors. Each vintage has always finds admirers around the world, winning medals at the highest standard prestigious wine competitions of the world level, and large wine critics put these wines consistently high ratings. Cellars winery length of 55 meters at a depth of 19 meters under the ground, which allows the company to take care of the quality of the wine as well as the environment.