Marks and reviews
With archives testifying to its existence as early as 1585, Chateau Larmande is one of the oldest estates in Saint-Emilion, on the right bank of Bordeaux. This Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classe is owned by the AG2R LA MONDIALE Group.
Located in Saint-Emilion, Chateau Larmande watches over a 20-hectare single-block vineyard. The vines, which are on average 25 years old, are planted on clay-limestone soil made up of ancient sands, clay and silica. The estate is keen to work its vines as closely as possible to nature in order to best preserve the surrounding biodiversity.
Vinification and aging
The harvest took place from September 24th to October 7th. The wine is aged 40% in new barrels, 40% in second-fill barrels, 15% in amphorae and 5% in vats.
Cabernet Franc (7%)
Cabernet Sauvignon (2%).
The aromatic bouquet showcases harmonious notes of raspberry and fresh red fruit.
Chateau Larmande 2021 is a round, full and elegant wine and the fruit reveals its finest expression. The length is very pleasant.