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Chateau Lynch-Bages Echo de Lynch Pauillac

$86.00

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Vintage: 2018
Region: Pauillac, Bordeaux, France
Viticulture: Sustainable
Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc

Chateau Lynch-Bages Echo de Lynch Pauillac is a deep, concentrated wine with full-bodied richness, ripe tannins, and a great finish.

Song: Never Let You Go by Ashaye

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About Chateau Lynch-Bages Echo de Lynch Pauillac

Chateau Lynch-Bages Echo de Lynch Pauillac developed as an echo of the “Grand Vin” and enjoying the same attentive care from the vine to the storehouse, “Echo de Lynch-Bages” fits seamlessly in the line of its older brother: like him, he has the flavor, aroma and finish characteristic of the wines of Pauillac. It is similarly marked by its roundness and suppleness, thus requiring less storage time in the bottle. Just like the nymph whose name he now bears, he never talks first but combines charm, elegance, and seductive power.

About Chateau Lynch-Bages

Stretching over some 100 hectares in the commune of Pauillac, the vineyards of Lynch-Bages sit among favorably designed hillcrests located south and southwest of the city. Located at the 45th parallel, 50 km north of Bordeaux, the terroir of Lynch-Bages enjoys a temperate climate.

Lynch-Bages Estate owes part of its name to the ancient hamlet of Bages, which for centuries was home to generations of winemakers.

The area of “Batges” is mentioned as early back as the sixteenth century in the terriers (estate records) of Lafite. In 1749, The property passed into the Lynch family for seventy-five years.

Lynch-Bages is classified among the Fifth Growths in the prestigious 1855 Classification.

In the 1930s, General Félix de Vial leased the vineyard to Jean-Charles Cazes, who was already in charge of Château Ormes de Pez in Saint-Estèphe. Cazes would go on to purchase both properties on the eve of the Second World War. Lynch-Bages has been run by the Cazes family ever since.