Chateau Larrivet Haut Brion 2014 Pessac-Leognan


Grape Varieties:

45% Merlot, 48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% cabernet franc

Tasting Note (le 20/09/2017)

Deep dark ruby color. The nose is slightly closed, it opens on aromas of red fruits, spices and roasted ones. Beautiful volume on the palate, full and meaty. The tannins are still a bit short, the length will come with the ageing in the bottle.

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The adventure of Chateau Larrivet Haut-Brion

Let us take a look at the Château Larrivet Haut-Brion’s history to understand the rich and complex background reflected by the estate’s archives.

Since 1840 –the year in which the Château was first mentioned among the first growths of Pessac-Léognan – till today, the fame of Château Larrivet Haut-Brion has continued growing.

Called at various times Château de Canolle, La Rivette, and Château Brion-Larrivet, the estate was renamed Château Haut-Brion Larrivet by the owner Ernest Laurent (a Bordeaux négociant) in 1874.

In 1893, the estate was acquired by the Bordeaux ship owners, Les Fils de Théodor Conseil, who enlarged the vineyards to some 50 hectares.

A trip back in time takes us to 1898, a fabulous year in which the Féret “Bordeaux and its Wines” rated the château a Graves cru exceptionnel.

Wine production was almost non-existent during the depression of the 1930s, at which time many vines were uprooted.

The property was given its current name, Château Larrivet Haut-Brion, in 1929 by Jacques Guillemaud (owner since 1941). Devoted and hard-working, he conscientiously managed the estate until 1982.


Location: Léognan
Soil: Deep gravel with a clay texture
Area of vines: 61 ha in red
Blend: 45 % merlot, 48% cabernet sauvignon & 7% cabernet franc
Plantation density: 7 700 plants per hectare
Average age of vines: 25 years




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