Half of the estate’s name is due to the former presence of a mill, and the other half linked with a knight named Chevalier Larose, who owned neighbouring great growth, Chateau Gruaud Larose in the 18th century.
NOSE Concentrated power and elegance. Huge fruit.
TASTE Red and black fruits. Ripe, crispy tannins and a very long finish.
PAIRING Charred rib eye with broccolini.
-- Grand Cru Imports