The Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation, which refers to the valleys and reliefs characteristic of the region, is one of the main satellite appellations of Saint-Emilion. It produces pure, mellow and elegant wines.
This wine is mainly dominated by Merlot, the king of grape varieties, and has a very brilliant ruby red color. It gives off a delicious aroma of ripe fruit, rich and charming, slightly spicy, with a delicate flavor of blackberries and plums. Ideal for lovers of full-bodied and homogeneous wine, it presents a smooth and elegant style, which stays in the mouth for a long time.
Merlot - Dark blue, small, thin-skinned fruit. The resulting wine is slightly lighter. Dominant aromas: strawberry, raspberry, cedar and tobacco. Tannins and Acidity: Medium. Cabernet Franc - Dark blue fruit. The resulting wine is lighter with a smoother mouthfeel. Dominant aromas: fresh herbaceous notes, blackcurrant, blackberry. Tannins and Acidity:Low
Appellation: Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
Vintage: 2013 Grape
Variety: Merlot 80%, Cabernet Franc 20%
Alcohol degree: 14% vol.