Bordeaux is the vineyard of the largest appellation wines in France. Located in the South West along the Atlantic, it is crossed by the Garonne and the Dordogne and has an oceanic climate and temperate. The richness, quality and diversity of these wines are based on the typicality of terroirs, the experience of men and the art of assembly. The tide, rising from the two rivers, brings to the wine very specific characteristics. Benefiting from this vast territory, red Bordeaux wines offer a palette of infinite nuances and combine their virtues in a thousand and one ways.
Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon
Traditional winemaking. Oak barrels.
Better served at 16°. Food Pairing: roasted red meat, cheese
The wine has a dark red color. The nose is dominated by red berry scents, fine woody smell and slightly toasted notes. The mouth is generous and reveals melted tannins.Technical PDF of wine
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