Chateau Lagrange, 1974
St julien 3rd Growth Classification
Bottle size: 75cl
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This third growth Saint-Julien property dates back to 1796, when it was founded and heavily expanded by Napoleon’s finance minister, Count Jean Valère Cabarrus. He owned it until 1825, when Count Duchatel purchased it, introducing a fine drainage system and overseeing its success in the 1855 Classification.
The 1974 Chateau Lagrange shows good ripe cherry fruit, a supple texture and a spicy finish with a mature soft flavour.
good levels, bin soiled labels.
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