Lafite Rothschild Tres Vieille Reserve Cognac


The Cognac Lafite Rothschild was originally intended for the Rothschild family. It is an exceptional, unmistakable distillate, created 100% from Borderies cognacs from 1900 to 1920 . It has a powerful, distinctive style, reminiscent of Cognac style in the Victorian era, the renowned wine author Michael Broadbent. For Cognac Connaisseurs a dream

Colour: Amber colour, almost mahogany.
Nose: Very complex, combining wooden, vanilla, old Porto, dry fruits, nuts to floral notes (dry rose), but also spicy (clove and pepper), cigar wooden box.
Palate: Light and elegant structure, rich and wooden notes.
It is perfectly well-balanced and the length is exceptional.


Chateau Lafite Rothschild is a wine estate in France, owned by members of the Rothschild family since the 19th century. The name Lafite comes from the Gascon term “la hite” meaning “small hill”.
Lafite was one of four wine-producing Chateaux of Bordeaux originally awarded First Growth status in the 1855 Classification, which was based on recent prices. Since then, it has been a consistent producer of one of the world’s most expensive red wines.
With a base largely of gravel the vineyard is unsurprisingly dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon (71%) with the balance comprising Merlot (25%) Cabernet Franc (3%) and Petit Verdot (1%). Grapes are hand-harvested, and vinified parcel by parcel. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats, after which the wine is run off into barrels, 100% new for Lafite itself, a mixture of new and one-year-old barrels for the second wine.


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