On the eastern side of the Gironde River grown the two main grapes over generations has formed the basis for red wines from Montagne Saint-Emilion, namely Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Grape composition in the finished wine consists mainly of Merlot with a grant of Cabernet Franc, which thrive in the area's gravel and clayey soils.
Smell and taste exhibits complex aromas of red cherries with a slightly dark fruit, tobacco, cedar and licorice. The taste is light-bodied with balanced tannins that invite to a classic stegeret where the sauce should not dominate. Low temperature fermentation in SS; oak ageing in used French Oak for 18 months. The wine should be served at about 17 degrees, but we recommend chilling red wines 15℃ (59℉)and putting it into the fridge 15 min through full decanting to attain 17 degrees. A Wood Case containing 12 bottles - 75 cl. 12.5% alcohol.