Château Moulin Haut Laroque



Since 1977

Jean-Noël Hervé

Château Moulin Haut Laroque is a prime example of a Bordeaux family vineyard. It has been in the Hervé family for many generations and was finally constituted in its modern form at the end of the phylloxera crisis at the end of the 19th century. The estate consists of around fifteen hectares of vines that grow on the slopes of several hills in the village of Saillans or on the highest plateau in Fronsac. They grow in pure chalky clay soils with an alkaline pH, which are particularly predisposed for the production of great wines. The famous Saint-Emilion hill nearby is geologically the same formation. These vines are amongst the oldest in Libourne, as a result of a deliberate decision to slow down their replacement as much as possible. Jean-Noël Hervé, with a firm eye on tradition, has concentrated since 1977 on making wines that resolutely bear the characteristics of this region. Château Moulin Haut Laroque is regularly quoted alongside the great Bordeaux wine names and features with them in the most prestigious wine lists in the world.

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  1. Château Moulin Haut-Laroque, 2007

    Château Moulin Haut-Laroque, 2007

    AOC: Fronsac
    Varietals: 65% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Malbec


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