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Bordeaux | Appellation Bordeaux Contrôlée
Grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc
Deep and brilliant ruby red. Expressive with an explosion of ripe red berries (cherry, strawberry) mixed with notes of mint and liquorice. Good balance with smooth tannins and a long fruity aftertaste. Charming wine, with intense fruity aromas and spicy hints. Good structure and long finish.
Food matches: Tomato based pasta dishes, roasted chicken, steak, soft cheeses such as Morbier – Best between 16°C and 18°C
Serving temperature: 16-18°C (61-65°F)
Winemaking: Traditional winemaking methods. Controlled extraction – Alcoholic fermentation - 3 weeks maceration with daily pumping over – Malolactic fermentation
Soil: Combination of clay, limestone and gravels.
Climate: Oceanic, mild and humid.
Aging: Minimum 6 months of ageing in French oak barrels
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The Wine Orbit - Sam Kim (New Zealand) December 2015
4.5 Stars & 90 Points A stylish red, the fragrant bouquet shows classic Bordeaux aromas of cassis, mixed spice, cigar box and roasted nut. The palate delivers elegant yet flavoursome palate, filled with attractive fruit flavours as well as subtle savoury notes. It is beautifully balanced and harmonious, and offers smooth mouthfeel and a lingering finish. At its best: now to 2019.
DECANTER (Taiwan) March 2012
Guide Hubert 2009 - (French Restaurant Guide) (France) June 2009
Selected in Guide Hubert - 4,5 stars
Wine Enthusiast (USA) March 2009
Buying Guide Rating: 86"A solid, structured Bordeaux. It shows black berry fruit flavors, lifted by acidity and rounded with dark plum, dry spice and firm tannins. There’s a fine, juicy richness to the finish, which leaves fruit and dry tannins firmly in place."
Wine Guide - Andreas Larsson (France) July 2008
Wine Guide 2008 by Andreas Larsson – Best Sommelier of the World:"Stylishly classical nose of dark fruits and leather, some hints of mocha (…), good dark fruit, medium length."
Concours Mondial Bruxelles 2007 (Belgium) May 2007
GOLD MEDAL - MEDAILLE D'OR
Bordeaux Wine Council (Korea) March 2007
Selection as one of the Best Bordeaux Abordables - Korea 2007