Chateau Ballan Larquette 2011 gained a gold medal in the Lyon International wine Competition and comes from an award winning estate owned by the Chaigne family who have been wine makers for six generations. Ballan Larquette lies in a tiny village named Saint Laurent du Bois.
The Chaigne family have been wine makers for centuries but Regis not only makes fantastic wines but is also involved in several enterprises to increase awareness of good value, high quality Bordeaux. He rightly deserves praise for his passion, pure hard work and dedication to raising the image of not just his own chateaux but Petit Chateaux across Bordeaux as well.
Rounded and well balanced, Ballan Larquette is a supple wine with ripe tannins. It’s versatile and food friendly, pairing well with rack of lamb, duck, Italian meat based pasta dishes, juicy rump steak and casseroles.
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