Wine Chateau Vieux Lavergne, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOC
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Vieux Lavergne, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOC
The wine has an attractive garnet red color.
The wine has a rich taste with juicy tones of red fruits, powerful tannins and a long finish.
The refined aroma of the wine reveals subtle shades of raspberries, blackberries and cedar.
The wine goes with grilled red meat steaks, baked duck, rabbit and fried small game.
Dry red wine Chateau Vieux Lavergne, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOC is made from Bordeaux grape varieties grown in the Grand Cru category. The vines from which they are harvested have an average age of 40 years. After traditional vinification, the wine is aged for 12 months in oak barrels. Wine develops a good aging potential - up to 8 years. Before use, it is recommended to decant for several hours.
Chateau Vieux Lavergne has won three national awards:
- Gold medal Concours International de Lyon;
- Silver Medal - Vignerons Independants;
- Silver medal - Concours General Agricole de Paris.
Winery Chateau Vieux Lavergne , part of the large French company Maison Bouey, uses modern vinification technologies that do not interfere with the creation of magnificent authentic wines. Harvested in an environmentally friendly vineyard with light sand and gravel soils.
Maison Bouey is the owner of one of the largest wine cellars in the entire Bordeaux region. Having exclusive agreements with many Chateau, the company "Mezon Bue" presents French wines in more than sixty countries. In 2010, she further strengthened her position by building a new winery with state-of-the-art production facilities and an excellent wine cellar. The Maison Bue is one of Bordeaux's last independent family Homes. It was created in 1958 by Roger Bue, who acquired huge warehouses near Bordeaux and founded the Bue and Sons society together with his sons Serge and Andre. Roger was the first winemaker in Kyussak, in the Medoc region, and, passionately loving winemaking, devoted his life to wine. He died at the age of 99 in the year 2000. Since 1991, the work of his grandfather was continued by his grandson Patrick Bue, who introduced new requirements for the quality of wines produced and purchased. In 2005, the company, being 100% family owned, was renamed the "Maison Bue". Wines "Maison Bouey" is the result of painstaking work on choosing a terroir, attracting the most talented winegrowers and improving the winemaking process. The company's wines have repeatedly been awarded high titles at international competitions.