Château De Landiras Graves 2018
- Medium bodied
Château De Landiras has crafted a complex, yet fruity Left Bank blend that shows off what the AOC of Graves is capable of. It’s aromatic, velvety and powerful, but still light on its feet with black cherry, a little spice and hints of mocha. Ageing took place in both barrels and vats, so it’s not overly oaky. The judging panel at Decanter certainly seemed to adore the wine, as evidenced in their review below. We love a wine review that ends with ‘Bravo!’.
“Grand generosity, showcasing deep, vigorous dark forest fruit and an appetising blackcurrant freshness within juicy and fabulously-integrated tannins. Lovely, boisterous and rich in fruit. Bravo!”
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- Blend Info
- 75% merlot, 25% cabernet sauvignon
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Bordeaux is one of the oldest and most famous regions within France, known for both its Left Bank which produces more Cabernet Sauvignon based blends and its Right Bank which produces more Merlot based blends. Bordeaux is home to many of the worlds most expensive wines. The big guys on the left bank are Pauillac and Margaux and on the right you've got Saint-Emilion and Pomerol. Not forgetting the whites and the sweet stuff though, Bordeaux also is known for producing dry whites in Pessac-Leognan and sweet wines in Sauternes. The most common grapes grown in Bordeaux are Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc.