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Lussac 2016 – Château Moulin de Grenet

Lussac 2016 - Château Moulin de Grenet
Written by Piero Pardini

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Wine: Lussac Saint-Émilion
Variety composition: 75% Merlot, 25% Cabernets.
Denomination: Lussac Saint-Émilion AOC.
Alcoholic strength: 13,5% vol.
Vintage: 2016.
Serving temperature: 16° – 18° C.

Tasting Notes
Limpid, with a ruby red color with imperceptible violet hues, consistent.
The nose presents a range of broad, complex and fine quality aromas. The floral notes are followed by enveloping hints of fruit reminiscent of wild blackberry, blueberry and prune, which blend with hints of cherry and currant. The broad bouquet is completed by hints of sweet spices such as vanilla and cloves and hints of cocoa powder and a hint of mint.
The sip is very precise, with a well-smoothed and harmonious tannin. Perfectly balanced in its parts, it gives an aftertaste of spices and dark chocolate.
A wine of excellence, to be shared in important moments.


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About the author

Piero Pardini

Founder and editor of "The Wolf Post", Italian based International digital wine platform.
Freelance Journalist.
Wine critic and Sommelier.
He has also written about sports and technology for some specialized magazines.
Co-author of the authorized biography "Gianni Clerici - The writer, the poet the journalist", Le Lettere, Firenze.

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