Saint-Julien, 2014, Château Lalande, Bordeaux
Think of everything you have ever loved in a French red. It's probably in this bottle, just waiting for you. This is a wine made on purpose and with purpose. Deep black fruits combine with moreish tannins. In every case you order, you should have one of these.
About this wine
French reds can be somewhat of a mystery, with grape combinations and the potential for so many flavours. This is a wine like a secret masterpiece. Its smooth, fresh and deeply indulgent.
A Sunday at home with family and friends, and you're making a roast beef so fragrant that people have gravitated to the kitchen to join you. As you serve, mouths water and the first bite brings smiles and chatter. The first sip of wine captures each dinner guest in a moment of discovery, and gives you the chance to steal the last roast potato. But don't worry, we won't tell.
What Makes It So Grape?
Produced in Bordeaux, France
Chateau Lalande was originally part of the Chateau Lagrange vineyard. The soil hasn’t shifted, and wines from Chateau Lalande have all the exceptional character of their neighbours.
Situated on the left bank, there is so much about this vineyard that is quintessentially French. You can taste the love that goes into the wine.