Origin: Pessac Leognan Rouge, France
Château Malartic Lagraviere 
Located on the oldest wine-producing terroir in Bordeaux, Château Malartic-Lagravière was purchased in 1997 by the Bonnie family; it is one of only six Bordeaux châteaux that has both red and white classified wines. Château Malartic-Lagravière is situated on a high terrace that has been deeply etched by the Eau Blanche stream and its tributaries. It sits on 8-meter-deep deposits of gravelly soil dating from the Quaternary period. The evocative name of ‘Lagravière’ underlines the great quality manifest in the soils of this vineyard, reputed for its location on the finest gravel hillock in Léognan.
Delightful, distinctive nose of black fruits with cocoa and liquorice notes. Full, expressive palate with ripe, crunchy tannins and persistent.