Wine Region: Bordeaux, France
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
The appearance of this wine is a shiny ruby tone. The nose offer us a nice bouquet of berries. The beginning and the middle of the mouth are well constructed with soft like silk tannins, and the finish is appetizing and long.The wine pairs perfectly with white and red meat as well as soft cheeses.
92pts - Falstaff Magazin: A somber garnet of ruby, purple reflections, nuances of soft invaluable wood, a little licorice and caramel. A good complexity, elegantly, harmonious, tannin, the fresh(cool) structure, a little nougat in the departure, a very good length.
About the Winery
About the vineyard: Because each berry requires the greatest attention, the grapes are harvested by hand at Chateau Dauzac. The harvest is carried out plot by plot, to respect each plot's micro-identity and protect the berries integrity. Plucked from the vines at optimal maturity, the clusters are placed in small crates and brought to the cellar. Crates are then emptied with care onto the sorting table, where we select the best clusters by hand. Each plot of land is unique and receives specific care, season after season. In order to preserve this typicity, vinification methods are adapted to each micro-terroir and implemented plot by plot.
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