Wine Chateau Prieure-Lichine, Margaux AOC, 2007
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Prieure-Lichine, Margaux AOC, 2007
The wine has a spectacular dark garnet color.
The wine has a well balanced, delicate taste with spicy notes and fine tannins folded.
The wine has a delicate aroma with spicy and smoky notes and fruity-floral notes.
The wine goes well with French cuisine, meats and cheeses.
The wine has a fruity, delicate flavor, spicy flavor with smoky notes and excellent tannins. Very good balance between body, kislotnotyu and alcohol wines brought Prieure-Lichine world fame. The peak of its development Priyёre wine Chateau-Lichine 2007 reaches 2-8 years after bottling.
The origin of the castle Chateau Prieure-Lichine dates back to the sixteenth century, when the monks of the Benedictine Abbey of Vertheuil have created the vineyard Prieure. Initially focused on the cultivation of varieties, rather than the production of wine.
In 1951, the land acquired author of the famous "World Encyclopedia of Wine" Alexis Lichine. Until 1999 Chateau belonged to his son. The next owner was the family Ballande, who invited for the world famous oenologist Michel Rolland. At Chateau Priyёre-Lichine also produced the second wine "Cloitre de Prieure-Lichine" and dry white wine "Blanc de Prieure-Lichine". Both wines are exceptionally delicious.