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Chateau Lasségue 2004

Saint Émilion, Libourne, Bordeaux, FranceBig licorice, tobacco, spicy, peppery, orange, saddle leather, meaty, coffee, savoury, chocolate, mineral aromas. Round, dry, rich and supple but has some youthful, tight tannins. Black olive, licorice, coffee, vanilla, carrot, orange, plum, black cherry and resin flavours with a peppery, clove finish. Good acidity, length and potential, needs 5-7 years.Tasted: 15 March 2009Tasted by: Anthony Gismondi and Stuart TobePrices: BC 89.99 AB 69.99 Producer: Chateau LasségueDistributors: Summit Fine Wines
Blend: Merlot - Cabernet Franc - Cabernet Sauvignon