Le Big Boss Cabernet Sauvignon
Vignobles Lassagne
France - Bordeaux - Lussac-Saint Emilion

Made from 50 years old Cabernet Sauvignon vines in organic farming conversion, the cuvee Big Boss is also a tribute to all the winegrowers who are dedicated with love and passion to their wines and terroirs. This is a very charming wine with notes of red fruits and blackcurrant.

Lussac-Saint Emilion
Wine Type
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Age of vines
Average 50 years
Agricultural Practices
Soil type
Clay and Limestone
Traditional vinification.
Aged in cement tank for 8 months.
No oak.
500 (9-liter cases)

Reviews and News

2021 Le Big Boss Cabernet Sauvignon - 92 PTS - GOLD - BTI

2021 Le Big Boss Cabernet Sauvignon - 92 PTS - GOLD - BTI

bti gold 2023"Ruby black color. Aromas and flavors of sautéed bell pepper and caramelized sweet onion, black olive and clove, cedar shavings, and smoky pork fat with a satiny, lively, dry medium body and an appealing, medium-length finish imparting nuances of red cherry, cedar and purple flowers, savory herbs and sautéed greens, and coffee rubbed grilled mushrooms with a suggestion of oak flavor. Earthy and distinctly Old World; complex enough to pair with an extravagant dinner but approachable enough to have on your average Tuesday evening."

- Beverage Testing Institute (March 2023), 92 pts, Gold Medal, Best Buy

2020 Le Big Boss Cabernet Sauvignon - 90 PTS - WE

2020 Le Big Boss Cabernet Sauvignon - 90 PTS - WE

wine enthusiast 90 pts

 "Boss is a hommage to the (male) ancestors who owned this estate. It is a structured wine, with fine tannins and black-currant fruits. Coming from 50-year-old vines in a small parcel, the wine is about power. Drink from 2023. - Roger VOSS"

 - Wine Enthusiast (February/March 2022), 90 pts

Producer Information: Vignobles Lassagne

Vignobles Lassagne is owned by Nicolas Lassagne and his wife Sabrina. It encompasses three properties, beginning with Chateau des Arnauds, which was founded 1952 by Paul Lassagne, Nicolas' grandfather. He ...
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