Château Saint Hilaire 2014 Médoc Cru Bourgeois Bordeaux
Varietal: 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot,
Color: A beautiful dense robe
Nose: dominant with hints of ripe fruits which give this wine a lot of character.
Mouth: The first impression is roundness, fullness and generosity. Its texture reveals itself with finesse and savory purity with a very long finish.
This is a very successful vintage for the estate: a wine that has kept its freshness, already easy to taste; it has a terrific potential to age, a great future
Château Saint Hilaire 2014
Médoc Cru Bourgeois Bordeaux
Soil and Region: Château Saint-Hilaire (the name coming from the bishop protecting the church of Queyrac), has been rewarded each year at the most reputable wine competitions (Concours des Vins d’Aquitaine, Concours agricole de Paris etc….) and appraisals of the wine has been regularly published in the press (Guide Hachette, Revue du Vin de France, Decanter….).
Vinification: Aged 12 months in oaks barrels
Château Saint Hilaire, has been selecting the grapes from our finest terroirs since 1995, located on the edge of the estuary, on deep gravelly soils and a heavy clay subsoil. Patience and precision are the keywords characterizing the production of their wine.
They seek to extract only the finest aromas and tannins from our grapes which are then aged for twelve months in French oak barrels. Thus, this wine presents a powerful bouquet with complex and balanced aromas that are going to age well. This cuvee is classified Cru Bourgeois since 2003.