Château La Rose Sarron Rouge 2016 Graves, Bordeaux
Varietal: 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot, 5% Cabernet franc, 5% Petit Verdot
Color : Garnet red color, deep, cherry-red highlights.
Nose : Expressive, morello cherry aromas, fruit jam aromas, red fruit aromas, vanilla aromas.
Palate : Full-bodied, spice hints, silky tannin, velvety tannin, round, good intensity, long length.
Food Pairing: Delicatessen meats, Red meats, Poultry, Boar stew, Roast squab
Wine Enthusiast – 92 Points
Château La Rose Sarron Rouge 2016
Wine Making: Sustainable viticulture. Mechanical harvesting. Total destemming, Temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel vats, Frequent pigeage (punching down the cap﴿, Use of indigenous yeast, Macération pré fermentaire à froid. Ageing in oak barrel used for two previous vintages, Ageing in stainless steel vats, Blending.
Family owned and operated winery in the Graves region of Bordeaux
Philippe Rochet has been a winemaker since 1983 and took over the property from his father-in-law Roland Belloc in 2008. La Rose Sarron is an artisanal family business.