Château Beauséjour 2014 – Fronsac, Bordeaux
Varietal: 85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc
Color: Its beautiful burgundy color still has youthful reflections and a lot of concentration.
Nose: Warm and pleasant with smells of cassis and blackberry
Mouth: Very round with present but fine tannins. A nice outfit and a fruity and spicy finish
Food pairing: Served between 16 ° and 18 ° C, it is well served with meat grilled or roasted red, game birds and raw milk cheeses or cooked.
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Château Beauséjour 2014
Wine Making: The harvest is manual and followed by careful sorting on the table. The vatting lasts about twenty days, the temperature being controlled by thermoregulation. Then the wine is aged in vats for 18 months
Château Beauséjour was created in the 1870s. A family farm, it has been spreading for five generations.
The Charlemagne showed a keen interest in the vineyard and, it is said, incited the development of wooden barrels rimmed with iron for the transport of wine.
The Fronsac appellation (in Bordeaux) is located in the triangle formed by the confluence of Isle and Dordogne. It is surrounded by a complex set of steep limestone hillsides.