Château Larcis Ducasse

Saint Emilion - 1er Grand Cru Classé B

We'll keep you posted We will inform you when the product arrives in stock. Please leave your e-mail address valid below.
  • 96 - 97
  • 93 - 95
  • 94 - 96
  • Description

    This Saint-Emilion Grand Cru is made from vines that are 35 years old on average and that flourish on a clay and limestone plateau, on south-facing terraces and on a clay and silt soil. The cultivation is particularly careful (ploughing, natural grassing, complementation of massal selections).

    In the cellar, the wine is aged between 16 and 18 months in barrels, of which the proportion of new wood reaches 55%.

    iDealwine Primeur tasting note : “Larcis Ducasse’s vineyard sits on a limestone-clay plateau whose limestone bedrock allows water to flow at great depths. Freshness is guaranteed which counterbalances the highly expressive terroir. The 2023, made up of 86% Merlot and 14% Cabernet Franc, offers a very fresh nose full of beautiful black fruits and spices. The initial drop is intense, floral, spiced and peppery. The wine then becomes silky and gentle with delicate tannins. The very long finish contains no bitterness, but beautiful aromas of bitter almonds and menthol flavours that add a lot of freshness. The ensemble is delicate and balanced without being overpowering. A real hit !”

    Wine Advocate : “Harvested between September 14 and 25, the 2023 Larcis Ducasse offers up aromas of dark berries, preserved plums, orange confit, vine smoke, licorice and spices. Medium to full-bodied, layered and fleshy, with a sweet core of fruit framed by ripe, powdery tannins, it’s succulent, suave and polished, concluding a mouthwateringly mineral finish. It’s a blend of 86% Merlot and 14% Cabernet Franc.”

    Additional information




    Saint Emilion


    1er Grand Cru Classé B




    Wooden case of 1 double magnum (3000 ml), Wooden case of 1 imperial (6000 ml), Wooden case of 6 bottles (750 ml), Wooden case of 6 magnums (1500 ml)





    James Suckling

    96 – 97

    Wine Advocate

    93 – 95

    Le Figaro

    94 – 96