Chateau La Tour Carnet 2015 750ml

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Château La Tour Carnet dates back to the 12th century and is one of the oldest estates in the Médoc region. The medieval architecture features a tower built in 1120 and the château is surrounded by a moat. La Tour Carnet has had several illustrious owners, including the family of Michel de Montaigne, one of the greatest French philosophers and twice-elected Mayor of Bordeaux. The vineyard of Château La Tour Carnet was planted there in 1407.

 

  • This has a wealth of brambly and spicy berry fruits with a succulent, plush and flavorsome palate delivering red plums and cherries amid smooth tannins. Try from 2022. - James Suckling 2022
  • Grape Varieties - Merlot, Petit Verdot
  • Age of Vines - 30 years old
  • Vinification - Manual sorting in a vibrating table, followed by destemming Fermentation in wooden vats and small capacity concrete tanks. Cold pre-fermentation maceration (8°C). Fermentation at low temperature (28°C) Maceration for 25 to 32 days
  • Elevage - 16 months in oak barrels (30% new oak)
  • Soil Type - Clay subsoil with a large proportion of limestone covered by a deep layer of Günz gravel

 

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Additional Details

SKU:
12927-UNIT
Age:
2015
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
13
Region:
Haut-médoc
Style:
Dry Red
Varietal:
Red Blend

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