OUR WINES AOC Montagne Saint-Emilion : Cuvées PRESTIGE & TRADITION

Let yourself be tempted ! Each vintage has its own signature

 

CUVÉE PRESTIGE


Brought up in oak barrel - Vine cultivated on clay-limestone soil and old underground quarry 
 


Vintage 2011

2011 prestige copie"The palate is easy-going yet powerful at the same time, offering an aromatic palette on blackcurrant and spices (cinnamon, pepper), with evolved notes of leather and humus, all supported by well extracted and melted tannins, and long persistence in the mouth" [Translation]
Mickaël Laizet, oenologue, Laboratoire Rolland

Maturity : 2014-2024





Price : out of stock


Vintage 2014 

Vieux Château des Rochers 2014 PRESTIGE

"A wine with light plum-cake and jam character. Medium to full body, soft and velvety tannins and a juicy finish. Pretty chocolate and nut undertones. Delicious. Drink now."
James Suckling, an american wine critic : 90/100


Maturity : 2017-2027Medaille d or vigneron independant 2017







Price : 12,50€

 

 

CUVÉE TRADITION


Brought up in stainless steel vats - Vine cultivated on clay-limestone soil and clay-siliceous soil
 


Vintage 2011

P1080514 2011t copie"This wine has a melted perfumed mouth, where morello cherry, strawberry and humus are mixed. It is distinctive, tasty and fleshy. Moreover, this vintage has an affordable price." [Translation]
Guide des vins 2015-Patrick Dussert-Gerber                                   

Maturity : 2016-2021





Price :  8,20€


Vintage 2014 

2014t"Dix-huit mois d'élevage en cuve pour ce vin floral, fruité, généreux, rond et friand, doté de tanins doux." 
Guide Hachette des vins, sélection 2018- 1 étoile

Maturity : 2019-2024Medaille or concours de bordeaux copie








Price :  7,50€

Importance notice : The presence of deposits of the bottom of the bottle is quite a good sign. It means that the wine hasn’t been too filtered or too bonded. These two operations are made in order to get a presentable wine in your glass. However, an excessive filtration or bonding drives to remove some phenolic components, which brings structure and quality to our wine. We advise you to decant the wine into a carafe before tasting it.