Chateau Laujac 2014, Medoc


Cru Bourgeois

Size: 750 ml

Grape Variety:

60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot

Tasting Notes:

The colour evolves from ruby to garnet then to light-brick over the years but the brilliance and intensity will remain. This is a dense wine with a bouquet of blackcurrant and blueberry. In the mouth, the first impression is straightforward yet delicate. The fine tannins melt into the body of the wine thus giving an excellent structure that ensures good keeping potential. It will therefore improve over the years for greater appreciation with maturity.

Food Pairing:

Serve with pike-perch in red wine, duck breast with cranberries or a joint of beef with mushroom sauce.

Serving temperature : Enjoy at 16° – 18°

Critic Reviews:

88 Points – Decanter – 2017 Decanter World Wine Award – Bronze

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Appellation : Médoc
Commune : Bégadan
Vineyard area : 35 hectares
Soil : Fine gravel and chalky-clay
Grape varieties : 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot
Planting density : 6 600 vines/ha.
Age of vineyard : 25 years
Production : 200,000 bottles/yr


Owner : Vanessa Cruse Duboscq
Manager : René-Philippe Duboscq
Oenologist : Stéphane Courreges


Care of the vines :
– Sustainable viticulture – Natural grassing over
– Double-Guyot pruning – Leaf thinning
Yield : 50 to 55 hectolitres/ha. (6,666 to 7,333 bottles approx.)
Harvesting :
– Machine harvested
– The crop is destemmed and sorted twice at the winery


Pumping over : 2 vat volumes pumped over in two operations
– Temperature-controlled stainless steel vats
– Fermentation temperature : from 26-28°C
Maceration : 3 to 4 weeks in the vats
Pressing : vertical basket press
Alcohol content : 13°
Maturing : 12 months in French oak barrels (30% new barrels) « Bottled at the Château



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