“A finely made wine, full of firm tannins and rich fruit. Structured and dark, it has weight, black fruit and great potential. With wood aging smoothing the bold fruit, it can be drunk soon, but will age well.
Laffitte Lujac “L” de Laffitte Laujac
Laujac is a beautiful example of neo-classic architecture inspired by the palladian villas. A few years later , in 1824, M de Villemot sold Laujac to the Cabarrus family. The Cabarrus were traders and shipowners in Bordeaux. They sold Laujac to the Cruse family in 1852. Until that time Laujac remained in the same family.