HAUT-MÉDOC CRU BOURGEOIS
The Château’s vineyard overlooks the village of Cissac-Médoc, between Saint-Estèphe and Pauillac.
Its wine is the reflection of this unique location, unveiling real character with each new vintage.
The best techniques of traditional and modern vinification are combined with 15 months of barrel aging to develop all the features of the traditional characteristics of a great Médoc wine.
Blend: 45% Merlot, 45% de Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Cabernet Franc.
Vinification: Cold pre-fermentation for one week at 10 ° C then a long fermentation for 30 days at 28-30 ° C.
Aging: 15 months in oak barrels, one third renewed each year.
Aging potential: Ready to drink now, this wine will reach its full potential around 2024/2026.
Surface area: 12.65 hectares.
Planting Density: 8,000 vine / hectare.
Yield: 55 hectoliters / hectare.
Grapes varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc.
Average age of the vine: 25 years.
Terroirs: Clay-gravel hill tops with sub calcareous soil
Aroma and Taste Profile:
A distinguished, elegant wine.
The nose is smooth and complex with aromas of candied fruits and undergrowth.
A well-structured wine supported by the superb tannins that characterize the remarkable vintage!
Food Pairing Recommendation:
Perfect with red meat and cheese.