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Les Tours de Laroque, St-Emilion GC - 2017

  • Provenance: Bordeaux
  • Appellation: Saint-Emilion
  • Domain: Laroque
  • Grape variety(ies): 93% Merlot, 7% Cabernet franc
  • On-call time: 7 years
  • Alcohol degree: 14.5%
  • 213 Classement: Grand Cru
What is striking about this wine is its confounding naturalness of expression and drinkability, which have become rather rare! Its profile is reminiscent of the great classics of the past with notes of rose, cherry and wild strawberry. The palate is both juicy and fine, delightful, of great greed. Even if it could benefit from a little ageing, you won’t want to wait for it!
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Lamb skewers with cumin • Eggplant gratin • Country terrine.

Royally situated on one of the highest points of Saint-Emilion, the limestone terroirs of Laroque produce some of the most luminous, floral and spicy wines with a fresh salinity. The property has been run for several vintages by the young David Suire, who made his name with his work at Château Larcis Ducasse. With Laroque, he has found a choice playground, as the vineyard is the largest and most diversified of all Saint-Emilion, with quite a geo-pedological mosaic: the terroirs are made up of a plateau of chestnut and red clays on asteriated limestone, terraces to the east and slopes to the west, on fine bluish clays with a lot of limestone.

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