Colour: Deep purple garnet red with ruby and garnet red tints Nose: Elegant and complex with a quintessence of black berries, truffles, mocha and jammy aromas finishing on spicy vanilla notes Palate: Well balanced and rich with smooth tannins. Long finish on plum notes.
Geographical Situation : The Alsace vineyard is at the lower reaches of the Vosges, between Strasbourg and Colmar. Due to its geographic location, the Alsace vineyard is one of the most northern in France.
Sol : Alsace is a patchwork of types of soil, each one very different from the next.
Vinification : Grapes are harvested at peak ripeness. Alcoholic fermentation for 10 days with select yeast pitching and controlled temperatures (16-18°C). The wine is then quickly racked, filtered and bottled.
Color : Golden to straw, very intense.
Nose : Powerful, refined with aromas of flowers, lychees, candied fruit and spiced notes.
Mouth : Rounded, structured wine with excellent length.
Recommendations : To serve as an aperitif or with foie gras, Chinese dishes, Munster and Roquefort cheese, or desserts.
Vị trí địa lý: Ruộng nho Alsace là những ruộng nho tháp nhất của vùng Vosges, nằm giữa Strasbourg và Colmar. Vì vị trí địa lý như vậy mà các ruộng nho ở Alsace là 1 trong những vùng chính bắc của nước Pháp.
Canh tác: Nho được thu hoạch khi độ chín đạt đến điểm cao nhất. Quá trình lên men mất 10 ngày và nhiệt độ được kiểm soát từ 16 -18oC. Rượu được đóng thùng nhanh.
Arthur Metz Michel Leon Gewurztraminer có mầu vàng rơm và rất sánh.
Hương vị: Mạnh mẽ, thơm các mùi hoa, mùi vải, mùi trái cây đóng hôp và mùi gia vị.
Khi nếm: Chai rượu này tròn trịa, cấu trúc chắc chắn, hậu vị kéo dài, thanh toa.
Gợi ý kết hợp với món ăn: Ăn với các món khai vị, gan ngỗng, các món Hoa, PHô mai MUnster và Roquefort hoặc các món tráng miệng.
65% Cabernet Sauvignon/ 3n/a% Merlot/ 5% Cabernet Franc. Very appealing and complex with intense, multi-layered aromas of sweet dark, cassis fruit with exotic spices, minerals and tobacco in the background. The palate is full of ripe, sweet fruits balanced by seamless tannins. Pure redcurrant, blackberry and dark plum flavours intermingle elegantly with exotic spices and an energetic, refreshing acidity. This is a very elegant and refined wine.
The wines of 2007 are elegant, with an expression of ripe, fully developed fruit. We are pride to have achieved such balanced wines, with good richness and complexity.
This beautiful elegant, precise, well-delineated 2008 displays a dense ruby/purple color as well as a sweet perfume of spring flowers, blue and black fruits, and subtle graphite and earth. Medium to full body, expansive mouthfeel, impressive purity, and a long finish with no hint of aggressiveness, this effort should be at its peak in 4-6 years, and evolve for 20-25 years.
A model of elegance and symmetry, this 2004 d’Issan possesses a dark ruby/purple color as well as floral, raspberry, cherry, and blueberry aromas interwoven with notions of licorice and toasty oak. Beautiful ripeness, medium body, and a delicate integration of tannin and wood result in a pure Margaux
The 2009 Ducru-Beaucaillou is a rich, generous, and luscious wine. Solid and voluptuously built around ripe and dense tannins, it is fruity and fresh, with a perfect acidity. Its finale is unending and sensual.
Les vendanges sont manuelles avec double tri. Après égrappage, les vinifications sont conduites en cuves inox thermorégulées avec cuvaison d’une vingtaine de jours. Le vin est élevé de 18 à 20 mois en barriques de chêne. La proportion de barriques neuves, de 70% en 2009, est adaptée au millésime. Pauillac des plus classiques et des plus réputés, le vin est, année après année, d’une grande qualité.
Unsmoked cigar tobacco intermixed with plums, red and black currants presented in an evolved style characterize this dark plum/garnet-colored effort. Medium-bodied, delicious and evolved, it is best consumed over the next 10-12 years.
A VERY GOOD YEAR The 2006 vintage is the fruit of a very contrasted climate. During that year, the environmental conditions were changing in a very unusual manner, passing from one extreme to another, throughout the entire year right up until the end of the grape harvest. Fortunately, within this strange context, spring and summer were both, in general, hot and dry. One hundred seasonal workers, ladouring day after day for three full months (early laef-thinning at the end of June, a green harvest and then a secondary leaf-thinning), allowed wine-maker to wait patiently for the absolute peak of each variety of grape on every parcel of the vineyard.
The wine opens with espresso, boysenberry and earthy aromas. This leads to a lively, fresh, soft textured, medium bodied Margaux wine. Better than previous vintages, (and the 2010 is even better) with a firm commitment to producing the best wines possible from their terroir, you can expect good things in the future from Labegorce, which fortunately for consumers, remains a well priced Margaux wine.