Château Labégorce produces this Château Labégorce , a red wine from the region of Margaux with a blend based on merlot, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot and cabernet franc grapes. The Château Labégorce is the ideal red to combine with ragout and camembert cheese. At Drinks&Co, this red wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.
“2016 - Non contractual picture. Château Labegorce 2016 is a blend of 38% Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot 52%, 6% and 4% Cabernet Franc Petit Verdot collected between 4 and October 21, and raised in 45% of new oak barrels. What I like about her bouquet is that it is the epitome of Margaux. It might not come from elsewhere. Violets infuse crushed black cherries, blueberries and iodine. The palate is medium-bodied with soft tannins, a very well judged acidity, elegant Margaux and charming with a pencil line and a touch of spice on its long finish. What brilliant a domain Margaux wine that really muscled his game "(Robert Parker) Domaine Château Labégorce. The castle of origin of the property sits on gravelly land and on the highest ridges of the appellation prestigious Margaux. It is surrounded by the finest wines of the appellation. the first traces back to the 14th century mention the existence of the noble House La Bégorce. Gorsse past several families (or Gorce) resided in the Medoc. their name comes from formerly Guyana. Indeed, it is the abbot Gorse who gave his name to the property.”
“Wine Château Labégorce Château Labégorce The 2012 presents a dense ruby red. The nose is marked by an elegant woody and fruity (blueberry, blackcurrant, cherry). The mouth proves powerful in attack with a balanced and integrated oak. The charm and the nobility of Margaux terroir expresses itself in a sustained and silky finish. Roundness and spicy notes complete this well-structured wine. Ideal with cheese caractèresDomaine Château Labégorce The origin of property castle is on gravelly land and on the highest ridges of the prestigious appellation of Margaux. It is surrounded by the finest wines of the appellation. The first traces back to the 14th century mention the existence of the Noble House The Bégorce. Formerly Gorsse several families (or Gorce) resided in the Medoc. Their name comes from formerly Guyana. Indeed, it was Father Gorse who gave his name to the property.”
“The Château Labégorce is located within the Margaux appellation. Acquired in 1989 by Hubert Perrodo the Château Labégorce Margaux is one of the oldest properties in the Margaux appellation. Since the 2009 vintage and the merger with Château Labégorce Zédé the Château Labégorce Margaux covers 70 hectares. Respect for traditional methods both in the vineyard at winery allows the Château Labégorce Margaux itself as a reference in the name.”
“Château Labégorce Is a cru bourgeois popular with lovers of Margaux, is run by the daughter of Hubert Perrodo, Nathalie.
A wine that is characterized by its fine tannins and elegant all margalienne.
An elegant and woody nose with aromas of black fruit. The tannins show a great flexibility which offers the 2008 vintage a very pleasant freshness. On the palate, velvety, fruity and spicy enchant you into an end at the beautiful charm.
Recent vintages of Labégorce represent an opportunity to buy excellent quality wines.”
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The Château Labérgoce offers wonderful tinges. When you smell it you can note aromas such as licorice, violet, .... I noticed a smoky flavour.
I would have accompanied it with a fatty fish.”
“It is a beautiful expression of Margaux. A mixture of berries and green tobacco evolving towards blackcurrant over us for tasting. Good concentration, charm and length Soil: gravels and fine sand, silty clay with limestone outcrop Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon 48% Merlot 40% Cabernet Franc 10% Petit Verdot 2% Area: 36 Hec”
“A ruby colored wine that deploys an elegant bouquet, marrying with the fruit with black pepper and roasted notes left by the wood aging. The palate reveals a good tannic presence that respects the harmony of the whole and ensures aging potential of two or three years. Selected by the Hachette wine guide 2008”
“Contiguous to the Chateaux Margaux and Lascombes.
Labégorce The Chateau covers an area of 27 hectares planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot. Labégorce chateau wines are often awarded in international competitions.”
“I gave it to my parents and we tried it together.
Classic red cherry color of a 1986. Nice smell of wood (cedar). I liked the Château Labegorce, although it tasted a bit rough.
The perfect wine to serve it with Faggot (food).”
“My friends and I drank it in a specialized bar.
Bright ruby red colour with reddish brown highlights. Especially noticeable smoky aromas in this . The taste of this is woody.
This Château Labegorce does not need food to accompany.”