The Meslin family, who currently own Chateau Laroze, are the direct descendants of the founders of the Laroze estate, which was established in 1882. This centuries-old affiliation has enabled Chateau Laroze to develop a unique identity in the heart of Saint-Emilion.
After a mild autumn and a cool start to winter, temperatures rose and led to early budding. The cool and wet spring was followed by a hot and dry summer, leading to a homogeneous and rapid veraison. The day / night temperature differences helped develop the aromatic quality of the fruit, which reach perfect maturity in time for the harvest.
Aging in new French oak barrels (65%) and alphorae (8%).