Larmande 2011 vintage
Château Larmande
Grand Cru Classé Saint-Emilion
Founding date
XVIe century
General Manager
Bertrand de Villaines
Vineyard Manager
Olivier Brunel
Winemaker and commercial
Véronique Corporandy
Geographical location
1200 meters from Saint-Emilion
Total surface area
20 hectares
Limestone and clay, ancient sands, siliceous clay
Grape varieties
65% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
Average age of vines
30 years
Grand Cru Classé Saint-Emilion
Details of the vintage
Beginning of harvest
September, 13th 2011
End of harvest
September, 30th 2011
May, 23rd 2013
Area used in production
16 hectares
Hand harvest. Storing of grapes in cold room during 24 hours. Transfer of the berries by gravity.
Type of tanks
Traditional fermenting process, in double walled stainless steel vats with temperature controlled.
Malolactic fermentation
Oxygenation completely mastered in the tank to protect the aromas of the wines.
Aging in French oak barrels
18 months. 60% new barrels, 40% one year old barrels
" Very concentrated, this has dark tannins and dense fruits. It has power intensity and the essence of black plum skin. "
The Wine Enthusiast (Roger Voss)
" Fresh, fruity, medium-bodied wine. Correct if a little chewy on the finish. Drink 2016-2024. "
Matthew Jukes

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