Created in 1936, the Lussac-Saint-Émilion AOC is home to numerous historical monuments. It is situated at the North-East of the magnificent wine area of Saint-Émilion which is the oldest wine area of the Bordeaux region.
This Lussac St-Émilion is a deep ruby colour. A warming, very classy Claret nose leads leads to a ripe, rounded, lush flavoursome Merlot palate. Elegant and structured with smooth truffle notes that linger in the mouth; a surprisingly long finish for a wine wine at this level. Great value.