A firm and silky red with very fine tannins, dark fruit and a chocolate undertone. Medium-bodied, fresh and clean.
91 Points James Suckling
This nine-hectare estate, owned by Etablissements Jean-Pierre Moueix since 1953, is often called " Lagrange à Pomerol " to differentiate it from its namesake Médocain. It is very well located on the north side of the famous plateau of Pomerol, on a terroir of heavy clay covered with gravel, with for neighbors the most prestigious wines of the appellation. Merlot is dominant (95%), with marginally
generous Cabernet Franc , Lagrange wines reveal all the sap of the Merlot which flourishes beautifully on this beautiful terroir of ancient clays.