Wines

“Le vin est la seule œuvre d’art qui se boit”

Robert Louis Stevenson

Château Petit-Faurie-Quet
AOC Saint-Émilion Grand Cru


Appellation:
Saint-Emilion Grand Cru


Colour: Red


Surface area: 5 Ha 62 ar


Production: 35 000 bottles


Soil: Sandy with a clay and chalk sub-soil


Vine age: 30 years old


Varieties: 90% Merlot 10% Cabernets Franc


Density: 5,500 vines per hectare


Pruning: double Guyot


Production methods: Sustainable pest control, High Environmental Value


Vine tending: Vertical tying, controlled natural seeding. Green pruning.


Harvest: Powerful machine with a sorting system + selective sorting in the cellar


Vinification: Traditional vinification without sulfur added in thermo-regulated vats and aging 40% in new barrels.


Ageing: 8-10 years, depending on the vintage


Tasting notes: A bright ruby red colour with tints of garnet. The aromas are highly concentrated, with dominant red berry notes. This builds into vanilla aromas from the new wood, fig and prune. The full aromatic expression of the wine is revealed on the palate. Saint-Emilion Grand Cru wines are typically generous, full-bodied and with an excellent structure. While the tannins will remain prominent while young, the wine will retain a certain suppleness and a full, rounded finish.


Pairing: Red meat, pheasant with grapes, squab and other game birds.

Château Les Tuilleries
AOC Lalande Pomerol


Appellation:
Lalande de Pomerol


Colour: Red


Vine age: 35 years old


Surface area: 1 Ha 50 ar


Production: Around 10,000 bottles


Soil: Gravelly soil and clay/silica sub-soil for excellent ripeness


Varieties: 95% Merlot 5% Cabernet Sauvignon


Density: 5,500 vines per hectare


Pruning: Single and double Guyot


Production methods: Sustainable pest control, High Environmental Value


Vine tending: Vertical tying, controlled natural seeding. Green pruning.


Harvest: Powerful machine with a sorting system + selective sorting in the cellar


Vinification: Traditional process in thermo-regulated vats


Ageing: 8-10 years, depending on the vintage


Tasting notes: Ruby and garnet red colour. Powerful, frontal tannins which quickly soften on the palate. The red berry aromas are enhanced by notes of vanilla, toast, spices, candied fruit and prunes.


Pairing: Perfect with red meat, small game and cheese.


Clos du Pontet
AOC Montagne Saint-Émilion


Appellation:
Montagne- Saint-Emilion


Colour: Red


Vine age: 30 years old


Surface area: 21 ha ar


Production80,000 to 100,000 bottles


Soil: Clay and chalk


Varieties: 80% Merlot 20% Cabernets Sauvignon


Density: 5,500 vines per hectare


Pruning: Single and double Guyot


Production methods: Sustainable pest control, High Environmental Value


Vine tending: Vertical tying, controlled natural seeding. Green pruning.


Harvest: Powerful machine with a sorting system + selective sorting in the cellar


Vinification: Traditional process in thermo-regulated vats.


Ageing: 8-10 years, depending on the vintage


Tasting notes: A ruby red colour with tints of purple. Powerful aromas of red berries. Supple yet full-bodied, this wine is fruity and well-balanced with soft, silky tannins.


Pairing: Perfect with red meat, duck, roasts, barbecue and cheese.


VChâteau Haut-Colas-Nouet 
Bordeaux Supérieur


Appellation:
 Bordeaux Supérieur


Colour: Red


Wine age: 30 years old


Surface area: 22 Ha


Production: 80,000 to 100,000 bottles


Soil: Silicon and clay


Varieties: 80% Merlot 20% Cabernets Sauvignon


Density: 5,5000 vines per hectare


Pruning: Single guyot, double guyot


Production methods: Sustainable pest control, High Environmental Value


Vine tending: Vertical tying, controlled natural seeding. Green pruning.


Harvest: Powerful machine with a sorting system + selective sorting in the cellar


Vinification: Traditional process in thermo-regulated vats.


Ageing: 8-10 years, depending on the vintage


Tasting notes: A dark ruby colour. The cabernet brings aromas of forest fruits (blackcurrant, raspberry), while Merlot reveals more floral notes (violet). These are often accompanied by woody, vanilla and spicy notes. It has powerful tannins which will soften and melt after a few years in the cellar.


Pairing: Steak, roast pork, mushrooms, roasted rabbit, game, seared foie gras, langoustines with basil, blue cheese, stone fruit tart, fruit salad

 

Fraîcheur d’été vin de table rosé

 Appellation: Rosé table wine


Colour: Rosé


Production80,000 to 100,000 bottles


Soil: Silicon and clay


Wine age: 30 years old


Varieties: 80% Merlot 20% Cabernets Sauvignon


Density: 5 ,5000 vines per hectare


Pruning: Single guyot 


Production methodsSustainable pest control, High Environmental Value 


Vine tendingVertical tying, controlled natural seeding. Green pruning


HarvestPowerful machine with a sorting system + selective sorting in the cellar


Vinification: Obtained by direct pressing


Ageing: To drink in the year


Tasting notes: Fruity and fresh, rosé is, it is true at first ideal for aperitif