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1995 Château Labegorce

75cl Volume

$41.40 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 1995 Other vintages
Appellation:Margaux (Bordeaux, France)
Winery: Château Labégorce
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Merlot
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
The 1995 Château Labegorce is a red wine from Margaux produced by Château Labégorce with the best merlot grapes from the 1995 vintage. 3 of 5 points is the average score of this red according to Drinks&Co users.

Elaboration of 1995 Château Labegorce

1995 Château Labegorce (Merlot)

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: 1995 Château Labegorce has an elegant rich, deep garnet color.
  • Nose: The nose reveals aging in new oak barrels which melts and leaves express the flavors of the grapes.
  • Mouth: The palate has a good balance and remarkable length and enhanced by their good fruit flavors present. The attack is full and silky, with ripe tannins that give the wine a good typical concentration of this vintage

TEMPERATURE: 16 ° C

PAIRING: Lamprey from Bordeaux, roasted quail in juice, veal sweetbreads with morels

WINERY: Château Labegorce

Grapes: cabernet sauvignon (50%), merlot (35%), franc (10%) Cabernet, Petit Verdot 5%

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The Winery

Château Labégorce

Château Labégorce

A prestigious vineyard of around thirty hectares reunited by Hubert Perrodo and managed by Nathalie Perrodo. Cru exceptionnel with appellation Margaux, Château Labégorce, Labégorce Zédé, Domaine Zédé, la Mouline de Labégorce.

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Reviews of 1995 Château Labegorce

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Your rating for 1995 Château Labegorce:Rate 1995 Château Labegorce:

3 /5

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Reviews of other vintages of 1995 Château Labegorce20172016

4/5

My friend gave me this gift and it was quite an idea.
A wine with a high layer and a nice cherry colour. The Château Labégorce exudes aromas of violets. A slightly bitter end.
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Sarah Carter

4/5

Toasty and tobacco aromas. Toffee and coffee flavours.
A red Margaux quite recommendable.
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Lauren Scott