Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge

Grapes are harvested manually and undergo double separating process during vinification. Fermentation takes place in thermo regulated truncated mini-vats (20 vats stainless steel and 10 vats wood).

The maturation happens from sixteen to twenty-two months in oak barrels.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge
Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge

La Réserve Rouge wine has deep garnet red color with nuances of ripe blackcurrant, plum, refined spices and a smoky touch.

Flavor of the wine has a great competence because of its richness, elegancy and silkiness.

Information about La Réserve Rouge

Brand name: Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge
Wine name: La Réserve Rouge
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Appellation: Pessac – Leognan
Website: Château Malartic Lagraviere

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Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2014

Tasting Notes

Tint: Deep garnet
Aroma: Blackcurrant, plum, refined spices with smoky touch
Flavour: Very elegant, silky, rich and nervy with great competence
Alcohol %: 14%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, game, poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc, 2% Petit-Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2014

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Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2013

Tasting Notes

Tint: Deep garnet
Aroma: Blackcurrant, plum, refined spices with smoky touch
Flavour: Very elegant, silky, rich and nervy with great competence
Alcohol %: 14%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, game, poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc, 2% Petit-Verdot
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2013

About the harvest

Weather: Cool, overcast, wet spring
Harvest: From September 28 to October 22, 2013
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil.
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2012

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful deep red with glints of violet
Aroma: Fine intensity, pleasantly complex, with red fruit, floral, smoky, toasted, and mineral notes.
Flavour: Mellow with smooth attack, well rounded with good volume
Alcohol %: 14%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, game, poultry
Grapes: 38% Merlot, 52% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet-Franc, 5% Petit-Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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About the harvest

Weather: Dry winter with some snow, average rainfall and absolutely dry summer
Harvest: From October 4 (earliest) to October 18, 2012 (latest)
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil.
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2011

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful ruby red
Aroma: Offers good aromatic intensity
Flavour: Mellow with smooth attack, well rounded with good volume
Flavour Finish: Red fruit, woody, smoky and toasted
Alcohol %: 14%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, game, deer, venison and poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc and 2% Petit Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2011

About the harvest

Weather: Mild, wet winter
Harvest: From September 13 to 27, 2011
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil.
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland.

Award

VERONIQUE RAISIN AND ALAIN CHAMEYRAT – TERRE DE VINS, Recognition won: 15.5 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2010

Tasting Notes

Tint: Bright and deep ruby red
Aroma: Intense aromas of ripe black berries
Flavour: Good volume and structure
Flavour Finish: Dark and red fruits, tobacco, spicy and mineral
Alcohol %: 14%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Rich fish like salmon and tuna, shellfish, sweet desserts, vegetarian, poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc and 2% Petit Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2010

About the harvest

Weather: Winter and spring
Harvest: From September 27 (earliest) up to October 18 (latest)
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil.
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland and Athanase Fakorellis

Awards

JAMES MOLESWORTH – WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 89 pts.

VERONIQUE RAISIN AND ALAIN CHAMEYRAT – TERRE DE VINS, Recognition won: 15.5

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2009

Tasting Notes

Tint: Bright and deep ruby red
Aroma: Intense aromas of ripe black berries
Flavour: Full-bodied and with perfect structure
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, deer, venison and poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc and 2% Petit Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2009

About the harvest

Weather: Winter and spring
Harvest: From September 24 (earliest) up to October 15, 2009 (latest)
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland and Athanase Fakorellis

Awards

ALAIN MARTY – THE WINE GUIDE OF THE WINE & BUSINESS CLUB, Recognition won: 16.5 pts.

GUIDE TO THE FRENCH WINE REVIEW, Recognition won: 14.5 pts.

ANDREAS LARSSON TASTED, Recognition won: 91.5 pts.

MARKUS DEL MONEGO TASTED, Recognition won: 91.5 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2008

Tasting Notes

Tint: Brilliant pale yellow with greenish tints
Aroma: Opens with a bouquet of red fruits and chocolate notes
Flavour: Greedy and develops nuances of black fruits, cherry and plum
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, deer, venison and poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc and 2% Petit Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2008

About the harvest

Weather: Cool, wet summer
Harvest: From October 6 (earliest) up to October 23, 2008 (latest)
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland and Athanase Fakorellis

Award

ALAIN MARTY – THE WINE & BUSINESS CLUB WINE GUIDE, Recognition won: 17 pts.

GUIDE TO THE FRENCH WINE REVIEW, Recognition won: 15 pts.

GUIDE TO THE REVUE DU VIN DE FRANCE, Recognition won: 15 pts.

GUIDE GILBERT & GAILLARD, Recognition won: 88 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2007

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful red color with black hints
Aroma: Ripe fruit
Flavour: Rich, full-bodied and have lots of complexity
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, deer, venison and poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc and 2% Petit Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2007

About the harvest

Weather: Rainy, cool spring, summer
Harvest: From October 1 (earliest) up to October 15, 2008 (latest)
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland and Athanase Fakorellis

Award

GILBERT & GAILLARD, Recognition won: 92 pts.

GAULT & MILLAU, Recognition won: 14/20

WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 87 pts.

WINE ENTHUSIAST, Recognition won: 94 pts.

LA REVUE DU VIN DE FRANCE, Recognition won: 16.5/20

VINUM WINE MAGAZINE, Recognition won: 15.3/20

BETTANE ET DESSEAUVE, Recognition won: 17.5/20

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2006

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful dark red color
Aroma: Black fruit and leather with smoky and woody notes
Flavour: Full-bodied and rich
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, deer, venison and poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc and 2% Petit Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2006

About the harvest

Weather: Winter and spring
Harvest: From September 18 (earliest) up to October 6, 2006 (latest)
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland and Athanase Fakorellis

Award

GILBERT & GAILLARD, Recognition won: 91 pts.

THE WINE CELLAR INSIDE, Recognition won: 92 pts.

GAULT & MILLAU, Recognition won: 15.5/20

WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 88 pts.

WINE ENTHUSIAST, Recognition won: 92 pts.

LA REVUE DU VIN DE FRANCE, Recognition won: 17/20

VINUM WINE MAGAZINE, Recognition won: 15.5/20

FALSTAFF MAGAZIN, Recognition won: 89 pts.

JEAN MARC QUARIN, Recognition won: 89 pts.

STEPHEN TANZER, Recognition won: 89 pts.

CELL TRACKER, Recognition won: 88 pts.

BETTANE ET DESSEAUVE, Recognition won: 17/20

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2005

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful dense and deep color
Aroma: Black fruit and leather with smoky and woody notes
Flavour: Full-bodied and rich
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, deer, venison and poultry
Grapes: 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet-Franc and 2% Petit Verdot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – La Réserve Rouge 2005

About the harvest

Weather: Winter and spring
Harvest: From September 18 (earliest) up to October 6, 2006 (latest)
Soil: Well-drained gravels and clay gravels on shelly limestone and clay subsoil
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland and Athanase Fakorellis

Award

GILBERT & GAILLARD, Recognition won: 91 pts.

THE WINE CELLAR INSIDE, Recognition won: 92 pts.

GAULT & MILLAU, Recognition won: 15.5/20

WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 88 pts.

WINE ENTHUSIAST, Recognition won: 92 pts.

LA REVUE DU VIN DE FRANCE, Recognition won: 17/20

VINUM WINE MAGAZINE, Recognition won: 15.5/20

FALSTAFF MAGAZIN, Recognition won: 89 pts.

JEAN MARC QUARIN, Recognition won: 89 pts.

STEPHEN TANZER, Recognition won: 89 pts.

CELL TRACKER, Recognition won: 88 pts.

BETTANE ET DESSEAUVE, Recognition won: 17/20

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