Marks and reviews
The aromatic palette and delicate nature of a Saint-Emilion wine by Chateau Laroze
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.
The Chateau Laroze vineyard covers 27 hectares. The vines, 25 years old on average, are planted in soils of silica on clay.
Vinification and aging
The vinification was carried out in stainless steel tanks and thermoregulated concrete tanks. Aging was carried out in new French oak barrels (50%), in vats (43%) and in amphorae (7%).