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Three terroirs come together as the ultimate defintion of Cheateau de L'Ou. The selection of best grapes are put into the barrel after being destalked. Maceration lasts 5 weeks before being emplited and pressed. The wines are put back into the barrels and left for 18 months. An elegant wine in deep purple-red robe promised the complex aromas of violets, blackcurrant, followed bu cocoa. The palate is balanced and pwerful, highlighting the wine's silky elegant tannis. Its expressive personality shines through in an appealing sequence of black fruits and licorice with a sprinkling of pepper corn. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, April 2017 97/100:

Ipso Facto 2015

  • Red Wine

average rating is 3 out of 5
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