One way of doing 'vinification integrale' (Chateau Liversan, Bordeaux)

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Fermentation in barrel. Oak barrel aging and fermentation cellar. Chateau Liversan, Domaines Lapalu, Haut Medoc, Bordeaux, France


Chateau Liversan, Medoc stock photography samples, by Per Karlsson, BKWine.

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Château Liversan is part of the Domaines Lapalu group and is in the Médoc appellation. It is part of the group of wine domains that has the label Cru Bourgeois, a classification that has been annulled for reasons of legal wrangling and disagreement between proprietors.

The Château Liversan was bought in 1995 by the Lapalu family. They also own four or five other châteaux in the Médoc. The château and cellars have been beautifully restored. The Domaines Lapalu now includes, apart from Liversan, the châteaux Patache d'Aux, Lacombe Noaillac, Lieujean, Le Bosq, Fonpiqueyre, Lagrave, Les Rives de Gravelongue, Les Traverses la Franque, Le Borderon, and Larrivaux.

It is located quite far north in the Medoc. It is surrounded by the vineyards. In the wine cellar there has been some experimentation with "vinification integrale", i.e. fermenting the red wine in barrels to increase the complexity and smoothness of the wine. The grape varieties uses are mainly cabernet sauvignon and merlot.

All images © copyright Per Karlsson, BKWine. Images may not be used without our permission.

Bordeaux Medoc Chateau Liversan stock photo samples - Images by Per Karlsson


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