2016 Château d'Aqueria Lirac

Chateau D'Aqueria (Lirac)

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The 2016 Château d'Aqueria Lirac ($13.68) is a red wine from Lirac produced by Chateau D'Aqueria that is based on 2016 syrah, mourvedre and grenache. 5 of 5 points is the average score of this red according to Drinks&Co users.

Technical sheet · Château d'Aqueria Lirac

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2016 Other vintages
2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011
Appellation:Lirac (Rhône,France)
Winery: Chateau D'Aqueria
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Grenache (50%), Mourvedre (25%), Syrah (25%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Description · Chateau D'Aqueria

2016 Château d'Aqueria Lirac (Grenache, Mourvedre and Syrah)

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: The 2016 Château d'Aqueria Lirac is a rich and elegant wine wearing a bright red dress.
  • Nose: The nose is a complex fragrance footprint. A show crown, where aromas of black fruit, chocolate, cocoa, snuff and a touch of oak are distinguished.
  • Mouth: The palate is a perfect confirmation notices nose, accompanied by a good length in the final.

APPELLATION: Lirac

VINEYARD: Wines 2016 Château d'Aqueria Lirac come from the Rhone Valley Domaine du Château d'specifically Aqueria. A family vineyard with the extension of the terraces of vines is estimated at around 66 hectares. VINEYARD: is run by the family of Bez so successfully to express the richness of their culture operated after a reasoned soils.

GRAPES: 50% Grenache, 25% and 25% Mourvedre Syrah.

Aging: Aging of this wine is a relatively long stage (6 to 10 months), wherein a part of the base wine (30%) is aged in oak (of French origin).

PREPARATION: The wine grape varieties is done separately in order to take maximum expression of each grape variety. Any part of the manual harvesting. The grapes macerate for about 20 days after harassment and gentle pressing. Vinification of different grapes is done separately. Wort delicate grape pressing fermented then in pots (over 3 weeks) before moving to the ripening stage.

PAIRING: fish, red meat.

RIGHT TEMPERATURE SERVICE: 16-18 ° C

ALCOHOL: 14%

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Highlighted review about 2016 Château d'Aqueria Lirac

Claude Vigneron

Posted on at 16.55

5/5

Château d'Aqueria Lirac 2016

Excellent value

More reviews about 2016 Château d'Aqueria Lirac

Blanco & Gomez  Wine Merchants INT

Posted on at 12.19

4 /5

Château d'Aqueria Lirac 2016

A luscious, fleshy and full vintage. This Lirac has a complex and powerful nose of plums and cherries, with hints of vanilla. Mellow and silky tannins enhance the dark, red fruit flavors and spice notes while the ripe Grenache provides lovely, polished smoothness.
Toulouvin EF

Posted on at 03.55

4 /5

Château d'Aqueria Lirac Château d'Aqueria 2016

TASTING:
- View: deep red with purple hues.
- Nose: ripe red fruit on weapons counted with a hint of vanilla.
- Mouth: is expressive with stone fruit mingled with sweet spices.

The tannins are soft and silky.
They are accompanied by a good length where we find the complexity of weapons.

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Reviews about other vintages

Reviews about Château d'Aqueria Lirac 2014

Jessica Barker
Jessica Barker

4/5

We tried it at a restaurant.
Cherry red colour with purple edges. Gorgeous toffee aromas. The texture of this wine from Chateau D'Aqueria was oily.

Reviews about Château d'Aqueria Lirac 2013

Adam Smith
Adam Smith

4/5

A red that pairs well with moussaka. I think I fell in love with this .
Red wine with reddish brown edges. Aromas of walnuts and hazelnuts. Well-balanced and round flavours.

Reviews about Château d'Aqueria Lirac 2012

Sarah Carter
Sarah Carter

4/5

I took the Chateau D'Aqueria wine with grilled vegetables. A friend brought it for dinner.
The reddish brown edges were not very nice. Definitely the wrong colour, although it was an acceptable wine. Its tobacco aromas stood out for me. It reminded me of liquorice.