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Château La Fleur Haut Carras 2015 - Pauillac Château La Fleur Haut Carras 2015 - Pauillac

Full bodied with crunchy and chewy tannins.

 

Food pairing:  Lamb, grilled beef meat, pigeon, goose, cheese... 

 

Serving temperature: 15-17°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Beautiful deep garnet colour.

Finely wooded nose with aromas of vanilla and toast.

A well structured Pauillac with great elegance and fineness.

A beautiful long and sweet finish.

 

Soil:

 

4 hectares on siliceous gravel.

 

Grape variety:

 

Merlot 65%

Cabernet Sauvignon 35%

 

History:

 

Albert Tiffon from La Fleur Haut Carras has built up his estate in small steps since 1982.

Unable to take over his parent’s estate, as they were still active, he decided to create his own by parceling together some small

plots when he could. 

He now owns 8 hectares in Haut Médoc, and above all, 4 hectares in Pauillac.

Today it would be impossible for him to purchase new plots of Pauillac, as the pressure from all his neighbours (Mouton, Latour, Lynch-Bages and Pichon Comtesse de Lalande), is hard. 

Albert often receives calls to know if he is willing to sell his 4 hectares, which are worth about 2 million euros per hectare! 

It is for this reason that all the little properties in the famous Left Bank appellations sell their estates to the big classified growths. And so we consider ourselves very lucky to have a first Pauillac wine from a small producer, not a second, or third or fourth wine from a classified growth. 

Albert is committed to continuing to work his small estate, is proud of his wines and proud to be one of the last in Pauillac.

 

S$52.95 20
Château La Fleur Haut Carras 2015 - Pauillac Château La Fleur Haut Carras 2015 - Pauillac

Full bodied with crunchy and chewy tannins.

 

Food pairing:  Lamb, grilled beef meat, pigeon, goose, cheese... 

 

Serving temperature: 15-17°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Beautiful deep garnet colour.

Finely wooded nose with aromas of vanilla and toast.

A well structured Pauillac with great elegance and fineness.

A beautiful long and sweet finish.

 

Soil:

 

4 hectares on siliceous gravel.

 

Grape variety:

 

Merlot 65%

Cabernet Sauvignon 35%

 

History:

 

Albert Tiffon from La Fleur Haut Carras has built up his estate in small steps since 1982.

Unable to take over his parent’s estate, as they were still active, he decided to create his own by parceling together some small

plots when he could. 

He now owns 8 hectares in Haut Médoc, and above all, 4 hectares in Pauillac.

Today it would be impossible for him to purchase new plots of Pauillac, as the pressure from all his neighbours (Mouton, Latour, Lynch-Bages and Pichon Comtesse de Lalande), is hard. 

Albert often receives calls to know if he is willing to sell his 4 hectares, which are worth about 2 million euros per hectare! 

It is for this reason that all the little properties in the famous Left Bank appellations sell their estates to the big classified growths. And so we consider ourselves very lucky to have a first Pauillac wine from a small producer, not a second, or third or fourth wine from a classified growth. 

Albert is committed to continuing to work his small estate, is proud of his wines and proud to be one of the last in Pauillac.

 

S$52.95 20
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Full bodied with crunchy and chewy tannins.   Food pairing:  Lamb, grilled beef meat, pigeon, goose, cheese...    Serving temperature: 15-17°C    Tasting notes:   Beautiful d..
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Full bodied with crunchy and chewy tannins.

 

Food pairing:  Lamb, grilled beef meat, pigeon, goose, cheese... 

 

Serving temperature: 15-17°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Beautiful deep garnet colour.

Finely wooded nose with aromas of vanilla and toast.

A well structured Pauillac with great elegance and fineness.

A beautiful long and sweet finish.

 

Soil:

 

4 hectares on siliceous gravel.

 

Grape variety:

 

Merlot 65%

Cabernet Sauvignon 35%

 

History:

 

Albert Tiffon from La Fleur Haut Carras has built up his estate in small steps since 1982.

Unable to take over his parent’s estate, as they were still active, he decided to create his own by parceling together some small

plots when he could. 

He now owns 8 hectares in Haut Médoc, and above all, 4 hectares in Pauillac.

Today it would be impossible for him to purchase new plots of Pauillac, as the pressure from all his neighbours (Mouton, Latour, Lynch-Bages and Pichon Comtesse de Lalande), is hard. 

Albert often receives calls to know if he is willing to sell his 4 hectares, which are worth about 2 million euros per hectare! 

It is for this reason that all the little properties in the famous Left Bank appellations sell their estates to the big classified growths. And so we consider ourselves very lucky to have a first Pauillac wine from a small producer, not a second, or third or fourth wine from a classified growth. 

Albert is committed to continuing to work his small estate, is proud of his wines and proud to be one of the last in Pauillac.

 

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