Château Livran 2011 - Medoc Cru Bourgeois - Bordeaux

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Château Livran 2011 - Medoc Cru Bourgeois - Bordeaux

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Blend : Merlot 55%, Cabernet Sauvignon 45%.
Dress : Intense color, ranging from ruby ​​to garnet.
Tasting notes : Black fruit notes with blackcurrant. On the palate, a touch of oak and hints of sweet spices. After a few years of aging, the tannins melt.
Matching Food : To marry with: sautéed lamb, duck confit, grilled lamb mouse and lobster.

History : On November 22nd, 1280, the Medoc being under English protectorate, his majesty Edward I granted the knights Arnaud and Béraud of Goth the Lordship of Livran, with the authorization to raise their fief there. 

At the end of the 9th century the estate was acquired by the famous Denman House in London: these international merchants will help spread the name Château Livran around the world. Château Livran won acclaim in the Médoc wine industry by acceding to the Cru Bourgeois classification in 1932. On September 16, 2013 the property was bought by Mrs Edwige LURTON MICHON and Mr Olivier MICHON.
The climate of Château Livran located nine kilometers far from the famous Château Lafith Rothschild is also influenced by the sea which saturates vine shoots with water uninterruptedly, which fact, in its turn, contributes to the full-ripening of grapes and their natural tannins.