The Irish Barton family acquired Langoa Castle and part of the large estate of Léoville in the early 18th century. The lack of facilities (winery, buildings, etc.) in the Léoville Barton vineyard forced Hugh Barton to vinify at Château Langoa.
The Barton family's passion for wine is reflected in the elegance and consistency of Château Léoville Barton. This estate was classified as a 2nd Grand Cru Classé in 1855 and lies within the iconic terroir of Saint Julien in the Médoc.
The color is resplendent with a ruby color and dark red reflections on the edges of the glass.
The nose is very expressive and presents a wide aromatic bouquet turned towards black fruits and spices.
The palate offers a dynamic and fresh attack. Its texture is ample, supple and at the same time very straight. The tannins are delicate and the aromas of fresh fruit are precise and elegant. The finish is magnificent with good persistence.
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