Chateau Langoa Barton is an 1855 Classified Third Growth situated in the Saint-Julien appellation on the left bank of Bordeaux. The estate was acquired in 1821 by the influential trading company, Barton & Guestier, who enjoy a wealth of knowledge regarding the production of wine in the area surrounding Chateau Leoville Barton, acquired by the same family in 1826. Today, the Barton family is still at the helm of this estate
Chateau Langoa Barton’s vineyard spreads across 20 hectares of vines. Planted on gravel soil with clay subsoils, the vines are 35 years old on average and produce great Saint-Julien wines.
Vinification and aging
Manual harvesting. The grapes are destemmed before being carefully sorted and crushed and then vinified by plot in temperature-controlled wooden tanks. Alcoholic fermentation for 7 to 10 days with pumping over to ensure a smooth extraction. Maceration for about 3 weeks before being run off into barrels by parcel. Aged for 16 to 18 months in French oak barrels (60% new oak).
Cabernet Sauvignon (73%)
Cabernet Franc (10%)
Powerful and generous, the nose reveals floral fragrances, reminiscent of acacia.
Perfectly balanced, the palate is seduced by this wines harmony and its very fine tannins