Red Bordeaux wine from a very small producer. Oaky and Earthy, with hints of cherries. Excellent year. Ready to drink.
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|Alcohol by volume||13.5%|
|Owner||Chateau du Grand Bossuet|
|Appelation||Lalande de Pomerol|
|Main grape variety||80% Merlot, 15 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc|
|Pairings||Beef, Game, Poultry|
|Notes||Wood, Red Fruits|
Le Chateau Grand Bossuet is a red wine from a very small producer in Bordeaux, in the area known as the Libournais, north of the famous Pomerol.
It is a full bodied wine, with a nose of red fruits and vamilla, with mature tanins supported by a woody essence.
"From a small estate of just 5 hectares. Ripe cherries in the nose and palate. Hints of a "woody" essence and "earthy" aftertaste...but in the mouth is glorious, rounded body with soft tannins. "
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