Chateau Moulin Haut-Laroque 2014 Fronsac

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Producer: Chateau Moulin Haut-Laroque
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Sub Region: Fronsac
Grape Variety: Merlot
ABV: 13.5%
Style: Red Wine
Classification: Fronsac AOC

Chateau Moulin Haut Laroque, owned by Thomas Herve, is one of Fronsac’s leading estates. The 2014 is an amazing wine from a slightly overlooked vintage. The fruit is still youthful and brimming with dark cassis and damson notes. The palate is textured, structured and complex with tobacco, mocha and sweet spice notes. It’s a real treat, perfect now but will reward more cellaring.

Chateau Moulin Haut Laroque is a 16ha estate located on the superb hillside terroir of Saillans, in Bordeaux’s underrated Fronsac region. The estate has been owned by the Hervé family since 1607 and was made famous in the 1970’s by Jean-Noel and Dominique Herve who set about improving the quality of the wine so it could rival some of its more illustrious neighbours. Their son, Thomas, is now at the helm after the sad passing of Jean-Noel in 2020 and he has carried on their passion, charm and flair for making great wine. Thomas is lucky to own some of the best vineyards in Fronsac which include a plot of 100-year-old Malbec which makes up 5% of the blend each year. They have always made consistently excellent wines year after year which express their terroir and are a brilliant advert for the whole Fronsac region. Our special relationship with Thomas gives us access to older vintages which have been matured in the chateau.

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