Château La Croix Meunier Grand Cru 2015 – Saint-Émilion
Varietal: 60% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon
Color – Deep red
Nose – Concentrated with notes of vanilla, chocolate and very ripe black fruit.
Mouth – This fruity and medium bodied wine offers tasty tannins. The wood is harmonious and delicate
Château La Croix Meunier Grand Cru 2015
Wine Making: The grapes are harvested at perfect maturity, transported to the vats in bastes, and vinified in small tanks. During fermentation, marc is stirred up in order to obtain maximum concentration. The cuvaison lasts 2 to 3 weeks. Ageing during 12 months, 80% in oak barrels renewed every 3 years.
About the Winery:
This family property, exploited by the SCEA Meunier and son since 1988, belongs today to the GFA Meunier. It is the 5th generation which directs the winegrowing. The first pieces of this small vineyard were acquired around 1840, and are located on old sands west of village of Saint-Emilion, near Château Figeac and of Château Cheval Blanc.