Wine Chateau Beaumont, Haut-Medoc AOC Cru Bourgeois Superieur, 2012
- Volume: 0.75 L
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Beaumont, Haut-Medoc AOC Cru Bourgeois Superieur, 2012
The wine is rich, almost black.
Elegant taste of the wine, with crisp acidity, flavors of black currants and fresh fruit. The finish is long, impressive, has nuances of spice and smoke.
Aromatic bouquet of wine is very attractive, replete with tones of ripe fruit.
The wine will be a perfect accompaniment to meat dishes, roasted vegetables, lasagna and, of course, cheese.
Experts and critics include wine Château Beaumont to one of the main values of the region Haut-Médoc AOC. Wine Chateau Beaumont have malleable character, "female" silky texture; tannins ripe and soft - all this makes the wine Château Beaumont full of charm and grace. The farm also produces a "second" wine - Chateau d'Arvigny and Tours de Beaumont. Vineyards Chateau Beaumont is located in Cussac, Cantal, at the highest point. Soil vineyards are composed of gravel garonnskogo. The average age of the vines - 20 years. Wine "Chateau Beaumont" has an intense color, a rich aroma with notes of cassis, plum and graphite. The taste of wine is perfectly balanced, good tannic structure attests to the maturity of wine. Wine storage capacity - 5-15 years, but it can be drunk now.
Chateau Beaumont is located just before the entrance to the village of Cussac, Cantal. It's hard to keep track of its early history, as all the files have been lost during the French Revolution. It is known that in the area of Cussac, Cantal wine produced from the X century, although Beaumont was considered a wine estate with only XIX century. The name is likely derived from the name of Louis de Beaumont, one of the eight military judges, in the XV century, was sentenced to death a certain Pierre de Montferrand. De Montferrand was lord Cussac, Cantal during the Hundred Years War and moved to the side of the British - it is possible that the land traitor selected one of its judges. At the turn of the XIX and XX centuries, the manor was a certain Jean Germain, and under his leadership Château Beaumont flourished. This was followed by a succession of new owners, hard times, reducing the area of vineyards, etc. Currently, the estate belongs to a group GMF - Grands Millesimes de France. In 1997 he became manager of the estate Priu Etienne, with the advent of wine which is getting better and better.