Château La Tour Carnet

The quadrangular tower of Château La Tour Carnet gives its name to the famous wine of Haut Médoc.
Set with vines since the twelfth century, the vineyard enters, on the occasion of the universal exhibition of Paris, directly into the classification of the Grands Crus of 1855.
The vines are now the property of Bernard Magrez.
The vineyard is home to a wide variety of soils. The western part of…
the Domaine is dominated by limestone, the eastern part on hillsides reveals a gravelly section, while the last part located north of the Château is composed of finer clay soils.
The wine is mainly composed of Merlot (70%) and Cabernet Franc completes the blend.
The wine is made in wooden and cement vats and is then aged for sixteen months in barrels (30 to 50% of them being new) …
In the glass, it is a tribute to the roundness, silkiness and suppleness of the merlot.

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