Lady Laroze, red garnet color, is a fine and elegant wine. The nose reveals red fruits aromas such cherry and raspberry. On the palate, the attack is supple, well balanced, ending on a sweet, pleasant, and long finish.
Saint-Emilion has a very good reputation all over the world, due in large part to the quality of its grands crus. The Saint-EmilionGrand Cru appellation does not correspond to a specific terroir, but rather to a strict selection that is renewed every year. Only the best wines in the appellation succeed in obtaining the right to call themselves grands crus. The Château Laroze belongs to family Meslin since 1610. In 2010, to mark the four centuries of their presence on the land Laroze Guy Meslin decided to honor women who have helped to preserve the family estate with a new wine called "Lady Laroze". The wine is ageing in oak barrels of French oak.