Cru Bourgeois, a typical blend of Médoc wines with Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, and Merlot. This wine is aged in barrels for one year.
Its particularity: ideal for aging, has lots of fruit, vanilla notes and fine tannins.
- Gold medal concours Général Agricole Paris 2019.
- Note 92 Vert de Vin Jonathan Chouckroune Chicheportiche february2020
- Note 90 James suckling January 2020
Terroir: sandy gravelly, clavely calcareous, clapey gravelly
Area under vines: 29 ha
Density of plantation: 5000 and 7500/ ha
Average age of the vines: 30 years
Yields: 55 hl/ha
Vineyards grape varieties:
– cabernet sauvignon 41.5%
– merlot 55%
– petit verdot 3.5%.
– cabernet sauvignon 40%
– merlot 50%
– petit verdot 10%.
Vinification: classical vinification wtith maceration after the fermentation
Ageing: one year in oak barrels
Production: 80 000 botlles 0.75l
Bottling: 29th 30th of July 2019
N° lot: LA 17
Bottle: 0.75 cl
Natural cork: 49/24.