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3 Red Wines from the Bordeaux wine region of France hand selected by a French wine connoisseur
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Varietal: 60% cabernet sauvignon, 3% petit verdot and 37% merlot
This Haut-Medoc Cru Bourgeois wine is has a well balanced alcohol content. Good colors, aromatical with good concentrations and tanins just ripe. Classical and balanced with a tension.
Rating: James Suckling – 90 points
Varietal: 90% Merlot 10% Cabernet Franc
Tasting Notes The 2014 vintage is a rather classic year.
Nose: Its aromas are marked by ripe red fruits.
Palate: The tasting confirms a supple and silky wine. Its structure on the palate shows tannins on a velvet texture and a presence of wine on the palate in length and volume. To drink before 2025
Varietal: 100% Gamay Noir
Winemaking: The 14 hectares of the estate are exploited by Laurent and Pascal Duc (10th generation winemakers). Their vines are grassed, their harvest is manual; They seek to bring the best of our terroir to our wine. They work as part of responsible viticulture
Food pairing: Red meats, small game, as well as with goat cheeses
Varietal: 80% Merlot 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Color – Dark garnet, clear hue throughout.
Nose – Coffee, tobacco, florals and mixed dark fruits. Medium to full bodied.
Mouth – Blackcurrant, morello cherry, plum, rich crimson – round attack, rather strong acidity
Food Pairing: grilled meats, meat dishes, and assorted cheeses
2010 Vintage: Wine Spectator: 90 points
2015 Vintage – Wine Enthusiast: 91 points