Saint Emilion Grand Cru classe, it is a full body wine with strong tanins. It is ready to drink but can age another five years. Pairs well with Asian dishes.
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|Appelation||Saint-Emilion Grand Cru|
|Main grape variety||80 % Merlot, 20 % Cabernet Franc|
|Pairings||Beef, Lamb, Poultry|
|Notes||Vanilla, blackberry, leather|
|Rating||James Suckling : 90/100 Gilbert and Gaillard : 90/100|
From the Producer:
Located just outside the village of Saint Emilion, Château Cadet Bon has produced wines that reflect the unique terroir since 1867. The southern facing and slightly sloped vineyard, which is ideal for soaking up the optimal amount of sunlight, occupies 7 hectares, 6 of which are on a sole plot. The vineyard reflects the classic Saint Emilion Way, composed of 80 percent merlot and 20 percent cabernet franc. The average age of the vines is 40 years.
The mixture of chalk and clay soil is a replica of the Saint Emilion coast, Enjalbert, where asteria fossils make up the limestone soil.
“An expressive nose that is full of personality, leather, spices, reseda, blueberry, strawberry, warm and ample mouth with a tannic and rather firm thread, followed by a nice balance with its freshness. Energetic.” Guide Hubert – 201
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