Château La Louvière has a history of 700 years and is located south of Bordeaux, in the heart of the Pesac-Leonan region. As early as 1310, vines were planted on this soil. However, with the promotion of Bordeaux deputies, modern vineyards were born at the beginning of the 16th century. In 1620, the Carthaginian monks inherited it and brought all their know-how to winemaking, which earned these wines international fame. In 1791, JB Mareilhac built the current château according to the plan of F. Lhote and commissioned the renovation of the living room from the famous Flemish painter FL Lonsing. In 1991, the site was classified as a historic monument. In 1965, André Lurton bought the château and its 62 hectares of land. Today, a 48 hectare vineyard borders Carbonnieux and Haut-Bailly and is planted on different gravelly, siliceous or limestone soils at the foot of the hill. The white wines of Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon are dry, intense, elegant, fruity and complex. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot result from rich, solid and firm wines, which combine strength, charm and competence, and its quality evolves with aging. The wine is produced using very modern wine-making equipment according to ancient and traditional methods.
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- Pessac-Leognan - Bordeaux - White Wine
Château La Louvière white 2019 Appellation : Pessac Léognan whiteClassification : Order en "primeur" (Futures): Offered in futures Delivery 1st semester 2022 to the provision by Châteaux' Price charged excluding VAT VAT and shipping costs will be payable upon delivery 2018 Vintage reviews: J. Suckling : 93-94/10017/20J. Suckling 94-94
- Pessac-Leognan - Bordeaux - Red Wine
Château La Louvière 2019 Appellation : Pessac LéognanClassification : Order en "primeur" (Futures): Offered in futures Delivery 1st semester 2022 to the provision by Châteaux' Price charged excluding VAT VAT and shipping costs will be payable upon delivery 2019 Vintage reviews:17/20