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Chateau Malartic-Lagraviere 2007

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$104.80 per bottle

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Decanter ~ 18.5 Points (5 Stars)

Stephen Brooks picks his stars.

"Ripe apricot nose, stylish oak. Good attack, powerful and concentrated, zesty and mineral. Superb potential."

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92 This young white's lovely lime and sliced papaya aromas lead to a full body, with lots of intense fruit flavors and a long, lively finish. Powerful. Wow. The best white ever from this producer. Drink now. 1,000 cases made. –JS
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”Stephen Brooks picks his stars.” : Ripe apricot nose, stylish oak. Good attack, powerful and concentrated, zesty and mineral. Superb potential. Drink 2010-2020. (18.5 Points)
92 Pale color. Beautiful original nose of mandarins, mango, rose, vanilla and almond. Fine. Smooth on the palate and a bit mellow on entry, then becoming very fruity, evolving on a licorice flavor and a finish evoking an Hermitage White, from its almond characteristic. Its style and palette of flavors is very different from its peers. Good length, with aromas that seem to be very concentrated in my opinion. It will be interesting tasting it again during ageing.
94 Extremely pure on the nose where floral notes, citrus and an exotic touch intermix. Soft, fleshy mouthfeel, great balance of fat to freshness and very clearly-delineated, fruit -driven, elegant vanilla aromas. Very charming effort.


Name Château Malartic Lagravière
Vintage 2007
Type Blanc Sec/ Dry White
Appellation Pessac Leognan
Classification Grand cru classé de Graves 
Grape Varieties 95% Sauvignon Blanc and 5% Semillon
Format 750ml
Alcohol 14.5%
Vineyard 53 Hectares ( 7 Hectares white) 
Average Age of Vines  
Production 1,250 cases
Soil Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay sudsoil 
Winemaking Slow pressing and fermentation in barrels at 20-22° 
Ageing 11 months on lees in traditional oak barrels ( 50% new barrels each year)
Serving Suggestions Drink now to through to 2016 
Food Pairing Salad of crayfish with grapefruit, marinated fish, crab with apples,