083. Château Lassus Crus Bourgeois 2019 ... 0,75 l

250 Kč / pc 207 Kč bez DPH
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Grape varieties: 55% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon

Terroir: graves Girondines

Area under Vines: 24 ha

Density of plantation: 5.000 – 6.000

Yield: 20 hl/ha

Average age of the vines: 40 years

Harvest: machine 

Vinification: traditional

Ageing: 60% Barriques

Alcohol: 13,5 %

Production : 105.250 bottles

Detailní informace

Detailní popis produktu

Crus Bourgeois since 1932


The winery was mentioned in the first edition of « Bordeaux Et Ses Vins » edited by Charles Cocks in 1850. This time it was owned by P. Brion. In the fifth edition of the guide in 1886 the winery appeared under its current name, Château Lassus. In 1932 Château Lassus was awarded Cru Bourgeois status for its Medocian wine. The estate was bought by the Paeffgen family in 2010 who have realized large investments since to help the cru maintain its renowned status. The quality focus is realized by sustainable efforts in the vineyards, a strong selection process upfront harvest as well as during processing of the berries and finally by the maturing of the wine in selected French oak barrels (barriques). As such the potential of the exceptional terroir and the old vines with reduced yields is converted in a Médocwine with elegant finesse, clarity in the fruit expression, complexity of aroma and taste with a smooth tannin structure.
Remaining a typical Medoc-wine, Château Lassus has a significant aging potential.

Château LASSUS is a typical Médoc wine in the style of a Crus Bourgeois. When young, its powerful structure makes an approach a voyage of discovery of hidden aromas, although very early on an elegant fruit combined with a finely balanced barrique note create a well-balanced ballance.
LASSUS embodies a classic Médoc wine with powerful density on the palate and finesse in the length.

LASSUS shows a revelation of elegance after an ageing of 5-10 years.

Doplňkové parametry

Bottle size: 0,75 l
Vintage: 2019
Appellation: MEDOC