Complex and with an elegant bouquet which evokes ripe red fruits, vanilla and toasty, this Château Lalaudey 2007 is well-balanced.


Meaty and delicious, fruity and woody are melting in during the fresh attack in the mouth before revealing smooth silky tannins. The finish is long, very long !

Growing Conditions

- Terroir : Bouqueyran Hill, tertiary gravels (Pyrenean gravel).

- Surface : 13,86 ha in production

- Density : 6 600 to 10 000 vines per hectare


Manual harvest at the best of maturity.

- Annual production : 60 000 bottles


Light filtration before bottling


Selection in the vineyard and after destalking. No crushing, maceration prior to fermentation, mixing and racking.
Long fermentation of skins.


- 100 % high quality French oak barrels

- 8 different coopers

- 50 % in new barrels and 50 % in one wine barrels

- 14 to 18 months of ageing


Ruby, deep and brilliant, brings a wonderful glow to the glass.

Food Pairing

Totally disregarding the curse of the vintage, this wine deserves to stay in the cellar for 5 or 6 years or even more. This bottle will be a perfect match with a nice piece of red meat of with a dark chocolate cake.