The Château Léoville Poyferré in 2006 has a ruby color with purple reflections. The nose is concentrated with aromas of blackberry, blackcurrant with hints of smoke and leather. The mouth is ample with the flavors of black plum, blackcurrant, orange sorbet with a hint of honey. The finish is seductive and creamy on a touch of spice.
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The Domaine dates back to 1638. At the time, Léoville was the largest Medoc property. Between Margaux and Pauillac, on the left bank of the estuary of the Gironde, Saint-Julien is a small appellation of 920 hectares which gives all its letters of nobility to the vineyards of the Medoc. The ground is covered with pebbles that naturally regulate the temperature. Gravel, sand and clay are the other components of this geological alchemy.