Wine Chateau Chevaliers Lagrezette Malbec, 2007
Wine rich, brilliant red color.
Vintage 2007 has a rounded, seductive, fruity flavor with a spicy and peppery notes.
Intense aroma of the wine reveals fruity notes with oak and slightly smoky shades.
Wine perfectly complement the dishes of red meat, game, poultry, and as snacks fit meats, Parma ham and mature cheeses.
In the manufacture of wine Chateau Chevalier Lagrezett Malbec use three grape varieties, which are collected and sorted by hand - the dominant Malbec combined with Merlot and Tannat. Created wine from the harvest of 15-year-old vines are grown on the beautiful vineyard region of Cahors. Each of grades vinified separately, and must first stage cold maceration for 4 days at 12 ° C, after which the wine is fermented in neutral containers at 30 ° C. Wine is aged in new oak barrels for 12-15 months. Due to the characteristics of the terroir and production technology Chateau Chevaliers Lagrezette Malbec can develop for 5-10 years.
Vineyards Chateau Estates Lagrezett lead its history since the XV 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.