Pauillac - Château Lafite Rothschild 1991 - Imperial
First among the first in the history of crus classified in 1855 from Bordeaux, the Lafite Rothschild castle is a lord on his grave lands. Bearer of a long wine-making tradition that began in 1620, it has established itself over the centuries as a true standard of the appellation Pauillac on the Left Bank of the region of Bordeaux.
Because great wines are only born in great terroirs, Lafite Rothschild castle benefits from an exceptional location with a vineyard divided into three large areas. From the slopes surrounding the Château to the Carruades plateau to the west and a plot in the neighboring town of Saint-Estèphe, Château Lafite Rothschild watches over a total of 112 ha of vines planted on fine and deep gravel soils with deep sands. surface while the subsoil of limestone nature provides excellent drainage.
Format: 600 cl
Culture: Conventional Agriculture
|Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot
Tasting: Very good concentration. Beautiful, very intense dark garnet color. Important structure with tight, well-integrated tannins. A very high aging capacity.
|Classification: 1er cru classé||
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