Château Larose Perganson


Château Larose Perganson

Route de Pauillac
33112 St. Laurent Médoc

+33 5 56 59 41 72
+33 5 56 59 93 22

GPS coordinates
45.1577566 / -0.8071737000000212
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Château Larose Perganson

Official Vintage Selection
Clayish Limestone
Surface area
35 ha
Planting density
10 000 pieds/ha
42 hl/ha
Grape variety
60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot
Age of the vines
35 years

oak barrels
14-16 months
Hand Harvest

150 000 bottles
Sales and marketing
France Export
Languages spoken
French, English
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Franck Bijon

Nom du propriétaire : Vignobles de Larose

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The history of the Château
During an Auction in 1719, Jean-Pierre du Pontet, Counselor to the King, acquires the Estate of Perganson. He adds this property to Langoa and Canet which he already owned. At his death, his oldest son M. Pontet de Canet inherits his properties in Saint-Julien; his younger son, M. Pontet-Perganson, in turn inherits the Château in Saint-Laurent. The first brokering of the great wines of Perganson was done by the Lawton courtier firm in 1742. Its market price regularly put it at the 5th Classified Growth level. The name of Larose first appears in the 1830’s, after Henry Delaroze, co-inheritor of future Gruaud-Larose in Saint-Julien, becomes owner of Perganson as well in 1815. Pontet-Perganson then becomes Larose-Perganson. In 1986, Assurance Générales de France (Allianz) purchases the Estate, partaking in the tremendous potential of its terroir.

Food pairings for my wine
Red meats, cheeses

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