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Chateau Pesquié “Quintessence”
Dark purple color, this wine displays a nose of black fruits (morello cherry), roasting aromas and black olives. The mouth is very structured, wealth and power balanced by the freshness of the terroir of Mont Ventoux, garrigue notes & black cherry with silky tannins
Chateau Pesquié Terrasses
Color: deep ruby color. Nose: intense nose with spicy notes (especially black pepper) and red berries. Mouth: This very balanced wine offers very round tannins and fresh berries aromas, with some floral and spicy flavors. Food & Wine pairing: very easy to match with simple dishes such as pizzas, kebabs, charcuterie, vegetable pies or salads to more ambitious cuisine like terrines, poultry (guineafowl, turkey...), roasted or grilled meats. Serve at about 17° C.
Château Saint – Jacques POMEROL
Powerful and seductive with dark, ruby colour and aromas of berry fruit, earth, spices, herbs and vanilla. A powerful, meaty and very tasty wine with a good structure, good balance and elegant tannins from the 12-month barrel aging. The lingering finish is velvety and shows fruit and vanilla tones. This wine is already pleasant to drink but patience will be rewarded. The wine will get softer with age by ripening.
Clos Bertineau – Montagne Saint – Émilion
The nose is fruity, generous and elegant. Notes of dark chocolate powder associated with a hint of coffee as well as small notes of blackberry, cassis, a discreet hint of violet and a toasted touch. On the palate is fruity, mineral and offers a small freshness. Tannin are well built with good length.
Clos du Prieure – Terrasses du Larzac
Clos du Prieur immediately seduces with it's floral & powerful side, it's complex personality reminiscent of iris, bay leaf, blackcurrant and small wild berries. A supple & ample wine that can be tasted today, with it's long and original finish on almonds.
Côte de Fonroque (Saint – Émilion GRAND CRU)
The notes of red fruits are very concentrated, behind them develop a wide range of aromas including vanilla and leather with aging in barrels. The three main varieties of the appellation come together and complement each other to magnify the whole. Merlot brings fruity, when Cabernet Sauvignon gives tannins and Cabernet Franc spicy notes.