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Château Lafite Rothschild Grand Cru Classé - Pauillac 2007
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Château Lafite Rothschild Grand Cru Classé - Pauillac 2007

Nose ripe red fruit. Discretion of departure then amplitude and opening. Elegance, charm, still a little discreet, beautiful length. Woody, melted.
Température de service Entre 16 et 18°
Motivation d'achat Cadeau pour les Amateurs et Passionnés
Repas entre Amis
Repas de Fêtes
Couleur Rouge
Cépages Cabernet Sauvignon 84%
Merlot 15%
Petit Verdot 1%
Pays France
Région Bordeaux
Appellation Pauillac
Millesime 2007
A consommer idéalement entre 5 et 20 ans
Accords mets/vins Viandes Rouges : Tournedos de Boeuf façon Rossini
Petits Gibiers : Pigeon Fermier à la Vanille et Champignons des Bois
Gibier : Caille Rôtie aux Raisins
Viandes Blanches : Tournedos de Veau façon Rossini
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Récompenses Parker 93
RVF 18.5/20
Wine Spectator Insider 91
Arômes/goûts Épices Douces et Poivrées : Notes de Vanille, de Cannelle et de poivre Blanc, ainsi que de Tabac et Cuir Fin
Notes Fumées et Toastées : Café, Cacao, Sous Bois, Cuir Fin et une pointe Mentholé
Fruits Rouges : fraises, framboises, Groseilles, Cerises
Degré d'alcool 12,5°

Château Lafite Rothschild Grand Cru Classé - Pauillac 2007

The name Lafite comes from the Gascon "the hite", ie the hill. The classification of vintages classified for the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1855 officially established Lafite's place as the "first of the first vintages". This ranking was to constitute the point of reference for an era of prosperity unprecedented for the Médoc. Among the vintages of this period, we must quote the 1847, 1848, 1858, 1864, 1869, 1870 and 1876 in particular. On August 8, 1868, Baron James de Rothschild acquired Château Lafite, which was put up for public sale as part of a succession, and transformed it into Château Lafite-Rothschild. The end of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century are generally calamitous: the phylloxeric crisis and the development of mildew in the vineyard, but also organized fraud at the expense of the grands crus, the first world war and the great economic crisis which led to the collapse of course. The Second World War was going to be a different event. The shortages and restrictions, in addition to the requisitions and disguised plundering of the old bottles, harshly affect the Castle during this period. A series of remarkable vintages 1945, 1947 and 1949 will give heart to the work of the reconstruction. The 1960s saw the revival of the period as a result of the wider opening of markets, especially the United States. After the Bordeaux crisis of 1973-1976, the revival is confirmed with the very beautiful vintages 1975 and 1976 and the taking in hand of the destinies of Château Lafite Rothschild by Baron Eric de Rothschild. The very fine vintages of the 1980s and 1990s, especially 1982, 1986, the 1988, 1989 and 1990 trilogy, then 1995 and 1996, were to be welcomed by strongly rising prices. The passage of the century was done in serenity given the promises of the vintages being aging in cellars and cellars. This reasonable optimism is based on the continuing quest for excellence that has gone through the history of Château Lafite Rothschild.
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Température de service Entre 16 et 18°
Motivation d'achat Cadeau pour les Amateurs et Passionnés
Repas entre Amis
Repas de Fêtes
Couleur Rouge
Cépages Cabernet Sauvignon 84%
Merlot 15%
Petit Verdot 1%
Pays France
Région Bordeaux
Appellation Pauillac
Millesime 2007
A consommer idéalement entre 5 et 20 ans
Accords mets/vins Viandes Rouges : Tournedos de Boeuf façon Rossini
Petits Gibiers : Pigeon Fermier à la Vanille et Champignons des Bois
Gibier : Caille Rôtie aux Raisins
Viandes Blanches : Tournedos de Veau façon Rossini
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Récompenses Parker 93
RVF 18.5/20
Wine Spectator Insider 91
Arômes/goûts Épices Douces et Poivrées : Notes de Vanille, de Cannelle et de poivre Blanc, ainsi que de Tabac et Cuir Fin
Notes Fumées et Toastées : Café, Cacao, Sous Bois, Cuir Fin et une pointe Mentholé
Fruits Rouges : fraises, framboises, Groseilles, Cerises
Degré d'alcool 12,5°
Domaine Château Lafite-Rothschild
Elevage En fûts neufs pendant 18 à 20 mois
Nom du vin Château Lafite-Rothschild
Terroir Sol de graves fines, profondes, mêlées à des sables éoliens sur un sous-sol calcaire
Vendanges Manuelles

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