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2011 Chateau Langoa-Barton Saint-Julien

2011 Chateau Langoa-Barton Saint-Julien

"This is a delightful wine with an attractive character that belies that firm structure behind it. It has weight and concentration and firm tannins, while showing the fruity side of the vintage. A wine for pleasure as it ages. . ROGER VOSS"
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    63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 34% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc


The style of Chateau Langoa Barton is quite different than that of their other estate, Chateau Leoville Barton. A large part of that of course has to do with their vineyards and their location in the St. Julien appellation. The vines for Langoa Barton are due south of Leoville Barton, with a north by north west exposure. The majority of their vines are close to the center of the Saint Julien appellation. Because of that geographic different, the Langoa Barton vineyard gets less sun. Langoa Barton is in a cooler terroir as it is closer to the center of Saint Julien. The wines of Chateau Langoa Barton are traditional in style and as such, the vinification is traditional as well. The wines are traditionally made in large, 200 hectoliter wooden vats. Malolactic fermentation takes place in vat. To be more precise, at Langoa Barton, they try to induce co-innoculation, which is what takes place when the alcoholic and malolactic fermentation occur at the same time. The wine of Chateau Langoa Barton is then aged in an average of 50% new, French oak barrels for about 20 months. On average, close to 7,500 cases are produced of the traditionally styled Chateau Langoa Barton each year.


Food Pairing Beef Lamb Game (deer, venison) Poultry
ABV 13%
Categories Wine, France, Bordeaux, France

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