The wines of Pauillac.

Pauillac wines have a deep colour. They are powerful with good backbone thanks particularly to the blend, in which Cabernet Sauvignon makes up the largest part. The resulting tannic structure provides these wines with amazing ageing potential. The combination with Merlot brings Pauillac wines roundness and fruit character. After a period of ageing, these wines develop a bouquet of great complexity.

Château Lynch-Moussas,
the First Wine of Château

The First Wine, which is an appellation contrôlée Pauillac and was ranked as a Classified Growth in 1855, is renowned for its power and ageing potential. It displays an attractive, deep, dark, ruby colour, while the nose is complex with red berry and black fruit aromas, such as blackberry and blackcurrant. Rich, round and with great density, the palate has a full, velvety mouth-feel with ripe tannins, followed by a delicious lingering, slightly spicy finish.

Les Hauts
de Lynch-Moussas,
the Second Wine of Château

The Second Wine, which comes under the Haut-Médoc appellation, has attractive freshness and vibrancy. It offers a window onto the world of Château Lynch-Moussas and displays a deep ruby colour, a fruity, roasted coffee bean nose, and round, fine tannins on the palate, followed by a lingering finish. Made from a combination of Haut-Médoc and declassified Pauillac plots, this wine expresses a typicity that has a very marked Pauillac character. Elegant with a youthful structure, it reveals, after a short while in bottle, very expressive aromatics with notes of raspberries, cherries and coffee.

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