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Les Lions de La Louvière Red

André Lurton chose this name in honour of the two impressive stone lions that watch over the entrance to Château La Louvière. The grapes come from specific plots on the estate. The wine is very attractive: elegant, round and fruity.

Label of 2015 red Les Lions de La Louvière
Appellation : Pessac-Léognan

Wine style

Rich and Powerful

Grape blend

Cabernet Sauvignon 70% / Merlot 30%


2015 was the third warmest year since 1900... Drought conditions, above-average monthly temperatures and sunshine (in the first half of the year), cool nights and hot weather in August accompanying véraison (colour change) were all ideal for the vines!

Tasting Comment


2015 Lions de La Louvière  has a lovely, deep, and brilliant garnet-red colour.


Very typical of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, it features an extremely pleasant bouquet with subtle hints of red fruit (redcurrant), blackcurrant, and tobacco.


Rich, satisfying, and well-balanced, this wine will undoubtedly delight everyone who appreciates the best wines of Pessac-Léognan. The red and black fruit aromas on the nose carry over to the palate, and there is a beautiful long aftertaste. 2015 Lions de La Louvière is a treat with beef or roast chicken.

Consumption period

2018 - 2022

Our suggestions




Deep gravel.


Grape harvest

By hand.


Graft stock

101.14 - Riparia gloire - 3309

Plant food

Traditional, limited impact.

Plant density

6,500 to 8,500 vines per hectare.

Wine average age

23 years.

Grape variety

Cabernet Sauvignon 55% / Merlot 40% / Cabernet Franc 2% / Petit Verdot 3%.

Pruning type

Guyot double with debudding.


In stainless-steel temperature-controlled tanks with patented cap-breaking system.

Fermentation temperature

28° to 30°C



Wine maturing

For 12 months in oak barrels (50% new) with racking.

Wine montage


Maturing potential

Subject to vintage, begins to be expressive between 3 and 5 years, can age 10 to 15 years.

Oenologist consultant

Michel ROLLAND and Mikaël LAIZET