2019 Château La Gorce Médoc Cru Bourgeois

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2016 Château La Gorce Médoc Cru Bourgeois
'Very serious, concentrated, ambitious nose with high tones and real interest. Organic certification in progress. Grip and flavour in abundance.’ Jancis Robinson
This is a cracking wine with a generously fruity nose, good firm structure, supple tannins and a lovely mouthfeel. 

Tasting Notes


Beautiful deep Garnet hue


Fine and generous on the nose with red fruits aromas laced with spice. Full-bodied red wine with blackcurrant, vanilla spice and liquorice notes.


The rich palate has great attach with a firm structure, supple tannins and superb mouthfeel with all elements well-integrated.




Lagorce, also known as the Great Gorce refers to a type of vegetation that is found in the Haux commune. It is based on this 16th-century vegetation that the wine estate, Chateau Lagorce got its name. Located in the southwestern part of France, this estate was originally a castle in the administrative region of Gironde. In the 17th century, the Faux family members planted the first Barsac and Sauternes vines in the Lagorce vineyards.

Château La Gorce is run by the enthusiastic and devoted Fabre family who have made first-rate Médoc at this Domaine since 1980. There are 45 hectares in total planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot. For the Cru Bourgeois, 55% Merlot and 45% Cabernet Sauvignon are combined to form a classic Médoc blend. Only the best grapes selected from oldest vines make it into the Cru which is then aged for 12-18 months in oak. 


  • 1 Star - Le Guide Hachette des Vins, 2016
  • Bronze - Challenge International du Vin, 2014
  • Gold - Concours des Grands Vins de France


Year 2019
Bottle Size 750ml
Cultivar 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot
Country France
Alcohol content
14% alc vol 
Units of Alcohol per Bottle 10.1 units
Type Red Blend
Cellaring Potential 2018-2023
Food Matches
Pair with red meats, game and mature cheeses.  
Appellation Médoc
Origin Bordeaux