A medieval château with a rich history that dates back to the 12th century, this Fourth Growth estate in Haut-Médoc takes its names from the valiant squire who unfailingly aided his master to fight off French royalty at the end of the One Hundred Years War. The distinguished quality of Château La Tour Carnet’s wines is attributed to its unique terroir of Garonne and Pyrenean gravel on which the Merlots flourish particularly well. The 2016 La Tour Carnet has an earthy nose with tobacco and underbrush over a core of warm plums, kirsch and tea. The medium-bodied palate is refreshing, elegant, juicy and soft with a savoury finish. #wine #Bordeaux #winecation #stayhome
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