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Landes Grand Heritage Lussac Saint Emilion 2015

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 93 Points
Country:France
Region:Bordeaux
Grape Type:Merlot
Winery:Chateau des Landes
Organic:Yes
Product Description

Landes Grand Heritage Lussac Saint Emilion is made from 100 percent Merlot.

Color: deep dark ruby intense color
Aroma: racy and aromatic nose with aromas of ripe red fruit, floral notes, wood and spice with a touch of vanilla.
Taste: this wine has a good structure and some powerful aromas of raspberries, blackcurrant, vanilla and it is powerful with a complex finish. The oak is present but not dominant. The tannins are quite well integrated already.

Average age of the Vines: 60 years Yield : 50 hectoliters / hectare. Grape picking: harvest by machine. Vats: Stainless steel thermoregulated and computerized. Fermentation: 45 to 50 days with a final 35°C warm steeping. Winemaking: Malolactic fermentation in new oak barrel. Ageing: 16 months in new French Oak barrels from Allier and Limousin. Annual production: 10,000 bottles. (833 cases)

Review:

More upfront and showy, the 2015 Chateau des Landes Grand Heritage (100% old vine Merlot aged in new French oak) boasts a big, blockbuster nose of spiced black fruits, new saddle leather, and dried herbs to go with a full-bodied, powerful, sexy style on the palate. With ripe tannins and tons of character, drink it any time over the coming 10-15 years.-Jeb Dunnuck 93 Points

Winery: Chateau des Landes

Chateau des Lande Estate

Château des Landes was created in 1952 by Paul Lassagne, Nicolas' grandfather. He started with only 2 hectares and grew to 7 hectares in 1979. 
His son, Daniel, came along and bought more vineyards surrounding the cellar and he managed to grow to 27 hectares in almost 20 years. 
In 2001, Nicolas, came aboard and decided to continue on the family tradition bringing his expertise and his knowledge. 
Nicolas is now in charge of the Estate and he manage 27.2 hecatres of vineyards (68 hectares). 

 

Chateau de Landes Vineyard

27.2 hectares (68 acres) of vineyard with a density of  5,500 vineplants per hecatres ( 2,217 vineplants per acre).

The average age of the vine is 30 years.
The soil is mostly a mix of Clay and limestone, while the subsoil is white clay.

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 Wine Advocate: 92
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