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CHÂTEAU LESTRUELLE Médoc Cru Bourgeois 2017


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    CHÂTEAU LESTRUELLE Médoc Cru Bourgeois 2017

    A contemporary and fruity Médoc, seductive and feminine for straightforward enjoyment… Acquired in 1998 by Patrick Bouey, Château Lestruelle is a wine for young generations, A contemporary winemaking approach accounts for Lestruelle’s fruity, round, smooth and generous flavor.

    VINTAGE 2017 Tasting notes:

    « A compacted yet rich red with blackberries and chocolate. Fine tannins and a flavorful finish. Fascinating! » James Suckling

    “The 2017 Lestruelle has a medium to deep garnet-purple color and displays notes of warm red and black currants, mulberries and fresh plums with suggestions of pencil shavings, dusty soil and ground pepper. Medium to full-bodied, firm and chewy, it has plenty of juicy fruit in the mouth and a fungi-laced finish.” Lisa Perrotti Brown, Wine Advocate - Parker

    Area: 22 hectares

    Location: 25 plots on 3 villages (Saint-Germaind’Estueil, Ordonnac and Gaillan) Terroir: Fine gravel on the surface, ancient sands and limestone underground.

    Grape varieties: 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon Age of the vines: The oldest vines were planted in 1957. The average age is 25 years.

    Vinegrowing: Sustainable agriculture. Mechanical tillage of the soil between the rows. Mechanical weeding on each row. Manual debudding. Double Guyot pruning. Meticulous lifting. Stripping and thinning if necessary.

    Winemaking: Grapes from each plot fermented separately. Soft extraction with traditional pumping down. Maximum fermentation temperature of 28°C. Medium to long maceration.

    Aging: 12 months (10% in barrels of one wine and 90% in vats with French oak staves for smooth tannins and grilled and vanilla aromas).

    Consultant : Stéphane Derenoncourt

    Mevushal: Yes

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