Dark ruby color, with mineral, tobacco and cherry aromas. Full-bodied and very fine, with solid tannins and a long, silky finish. Seems closed still. One of the best wines ever from this estate. (JS) (JS)
One of the finest of the lesser known Graves chateaux, La Louviere has been making terrific wine since the late eighties. Both vintages performed well in my 89/90 blind tastings. The 1990 exhibits a saturated purple color, a less-evolved nose of black fruits, smoke, and grilled meats, full body, low acidity, and intense, concentrated fruit, all crammed into a layered, pure, sweet, fruity, ripe wine. While not yet mature, it is delicious to drink. (RP)
Good saturated red. Quintessential and very expressive Graves aromas of sweat, leather and hot bricks. Sweet, concentrated and nicely delineated, with enough balancing acidity to keep it fresh. Captivating, sweet finishing fruit; really quite suave. As good a La Louvière rouge as we've tasted to date. (ST)
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