Chateau de Lamarque Red 2013 / 75cl Chateau de Lamarque - Haut Medoc

Chateau de Lamarque - Haut Medoc

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The 2013 vintage of Château de Lamarque presents: a garnet-red colour, dense and deep; the nose is still discreet and is marked by a light woody note (taken from barrels) with aromas of black fruits; on the palate: well balanced and well structured; good density and fine tannins, very present fruit, good caudalie. This vintage reflects the efforts of the property throughout 2013, in the vineyard, the good options of the harvest and the classicism of the vinification.


Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Appellation: haut medoc
Producer: Chateau de Lamarque
Grapes Blend: Bordeaux Red Blend

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