Elegant through and through, the nose is rich in fruit, the palate clean, with chocolate and coffee notes, magnificently fresh, lingering aromas. This wine has good ageing potential and goes very well with lamb or game.
Chateau La Louviere, like many Pessac Leognan estates enjoys a long history. In fact, Chateau La Louviere dates back to the late 1300’s as an estate. Passing from owner to owner, which included an order of monks, who took their wine making duties seriously, the estate was confiscated during the French Revolution and eventually sold to the Mareilhac family, who also owned Chateau Rieussec in Sauternes at one point in time.