The Bordeaux region of southwest France, on the Garonne River is whereBordeaux wine is produced. There a total vineyard area of over 120,000 hectares,It is the largest wine growing area in France. Average vintages produce over 700 million bottles of Bordeaux wine.
The harmonious balance of these grape varieties gives it a great finesse. The permanent work done in the vineyard in the purest tradition of Bordeaux produces a wine with a deep red color, a nose of ripe red fruits, slightly spicy with vanilla notes and delicate oakiness. On the palate the attack is supple with balanced tannins, fruity and very fresh. A balanced and harmonious wine.
This wine is enchanting with spices like ginger and cinnamon blending in a sharpening of the nose. It is richly endowed with the taste of prune, it has a touch of chocolate and is mesmerizingly fruity. The taste lingers in the mouth. The tannins will develop in time. It is aptly named Excellence.
An elegant and fruity acquired from a delicate grape. A delicacy which on tasting becomes intensity. It provides your palate with complex, smooth and warm sensations. Chosen the world over for its strenght and harmony, it is personified in each and every bottle by the interpretation of its wine grower.
Raspberry red dress moderately supported. The fragrance takes us into the undergrowth, slightly gamey aromas, leather, a little rustic. The mouth is attacked by an explosion of spicy fruit, then the leather arrives, all wrapped in silky tannins. The whole is elegant and typed and will make the happiness of a steak with Bordelaise.
The Merlot wines are very attractive, with fine structure and roundness. The texture is silky thanks to elegant tannin.This wine's complexity makes it an ideal accompaniment to beef, duck, and dishes in a sauce.
Sight: A wine of good density ruby red, with brown, mahogany, biscuit hints. It has maintained its luster and clarity. The rim is fairly thick. The tears are fine, clear, abundant and regular. Smell: At once expressive, forthright and complex. There are notes of all families of fragrance: fruit, flowers, and spices. Taste: The attack is forthright, round and suave, soothing even. The intense aromas initially recall the complexity of the nose. There is leather and lightly charred wood, and roasted notes. The beauty of the vintage is revealed by its elegance rather than its full-flavor. The wine has an attractive aromatic range with a finish of remarkable elegance.
Marquis de Calon-Ségur is a blend of 53% Merlot and 47% Cabernet Sauvignon (14.9% alcohol). It is anticipated to age for 17 months in barriques, 30% new. Deep purple-black in color, it gives up opulent scents of Indian spices, menthol and plum preserves with a core of crème de cassis, baked cherries and raspberry pie plus a hint of sandalwood. Big, rich, full-bodied and voluptuously fruited in the mouth, it has bags of black fruit preserves and exotic spices with a firm, plush frame, finishing long with a minty lift. Definitely one for the hedonists!
Lovely pale yellow colour. It's pleasant nose opens up with mineral and flower notes. The fruit is pure and elegant on the palate, with acidulous notes of fresh grapes. Agreeable and refreshing, it is ideal with seafood, fish or as an aperitif
A good structure and a pleasant balancebetween acidity and sweetness. This is a typical soft Bordeaux with all its qualities of elegance, finesse and body. The wine is made to be drunk relatively young but it may improve with one to two years of maturation in bottle.
Generous, balanced and round on the palate, with firm, ripe tannins… and with its lovely brilliant garnet colour, the Michel Lynch red displays notes of blackcurrant and fresh bread, with an overall impression of ripeness and power.Enjoy with rack of lamb and mint sauce or T-bone steak with garlic butter also enjoyable with soft cheese.