THE WINES OF PAUILLAC
The wines of Pauillac are wines of sustained color. These wines are powerful and structured, in particular thanks to the blend in which the Cabernet Sauvignon expresses its strength. The resulting tannic structure gives these wines a remarkable aptitude for aging. The addition of Merlot gives Pauillac wine roundness and fruit. After a period of aging, these wines develop a bouquet of great complexity.
CHÂTEAU LYNCH-MOUSSAS, GRAND VIN OF CHÂTEAU LYNCH-MOUSSAS.
The Grand Vin, appellation of origin Pauillac, classified Grand Cru in 1855, is recognized for its power and its aging potential. With a beautiful dark, ruby and deep color, its complex nose of red and black fruits such as blackberry and blackcurrant, its roundness, a rich mouth with great density, its velvety substance, its ripe tannins and its beautiful slightly spicy final persistence will delight your taste buds.