Remarkable structure and length underpinned by fine, velvety tannins.

Bottle Size: 750 mL

UPC Number: 08815601909

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  • Vintage 2010
  • Producer
  • Country France
  • Region Bordeaux
  • Composition:
    45% Merlot, 55% Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Winemaker Notes Situated on the outskirts of Castelnau du Médoc, between Margaux and Saint-Julien , and on the highest ridge of the AOC Moulis, Château Pomeys has established facilities combining tradition and modernity. Under the leadership of its owner Patrick Meynard, who also owns Château Lalaudey à Moulis, everything is done to meet a high quality objective. Herbicides are forbidden, and the Château aims to reconnect with the ancient practice of tillage. The fruit of a classic Bordeaux vintage.Wine aficionados will rightly recognize this as the product of a great terroir.
  • Tasting Notes A brilliant crimson with a nose displaying frank aromas of black-berried fruits and spices. The vanilla and roasted notes bear witness to masterful ageing in oak. Remarkable structure and length underpinned by fine, velvety tannins.
  • Press Citation/mention Guide Hachette 2014; CRU BOURGEOIS au classement 2012; 16/20 - DECANTER

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  • Vineyard On one of the croupes (gravely knolls) around Bouqueyran. Pyrenean gravel from the Tertiary period, calcareous clay and sand. Average age of the vines is 25 years with average yeilds of 40 hl/ha and an annual production of 40,000 bottles.
  • Vinification Manual harvesting in crates; late harvesting for optimal ripeness. Grapes sorted as picked and after destemming; not crushed, pre-fermentation cold maceration, pump-overs and rack-and-return. Extended post-fermentation maceration on skins. 100% French oak barrels from five different barrel-makers 1/3 new oak, 1/3 one season, 1/3 two seasons Aged for 12 months before bottling Light filtering prior to bottling

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