Chateau Larose Perganson 2009



Intense ruby colour with violet hues. The nose is powerful, a true symphony of spices: milk caramel and vanilla, of jammy fruits: ripe plums, black currants, blackberries, as well as aromas of roasted coffee, toasted bread and dark chocolate. To be enjoyed by 2025.

Château Larose Perganson’s 35 hectares of vineyards are located in St Laurent Médoc on Médoc‘s finest gravelly soils: gunzian gravel from the Quaternary and Pyrenean gravel. It produces consistently award-winning wines at a fraction of the price of its illustrious neighbours (Château Latour).

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

29th February, 2012

Robert Parker, 90 points

It has the silkiness of its sibling, but is fuller-bodied, with more layers of fruit and glycerin and a heady finish. It is opulent and pure, with loads of cassis, black raspberry and liquorice notes backed up with some subtle oak.

29th September, 2011

Jancis Robinson MW, 17 points

Healthy crimson. Very sophisticated, swish perfume. Tastes as though an enormous amount of attention has been lavished on this wine. Top-quality oak for a start and really concentrated fruit. Lively and ripe. Great balance.

Wine Spectator

1st January, 2012

James Molesworth

Open and slightly soft, with friendly red currant and cherry preserves notes backed by just enough floral and iron twinges to keep this honest on the finish.

55% Cabernet Sauvignon

45% Merlot

13% abv

Chateau Larose Perganson 2009
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