Wine Chateau Le Grand Verdus, Bordeaux Superieur AOC, 2012
Reviews of purchase Chateau Le Grand Verdus, Bordeaux Superieur AOC, 2012
Wine beautiful light pink color.
Soft, silky taste of wine with light fruity notes has a delicate sweetness and a pleasant refreshing aftertaste.
Graceful and delicate aroma of the wine reveals notes of ripe berries, in particular - strawberries, red currants, strawberries, complemented by nuances of fresh mint.
The wine is recommended to serve as an aperitif, also goes well with fish and meat on the grill, cold meats, poultry, desserts.
Grapes Groll widely used winemakers of the Loire Valley for the production of rosé wines. To create red wines This class lacks pigmentation, concentration and tannin, but for light rosé wines it fits perfectly. This grape is known for its good yield and resistance to changing weather conditions. Translated from the French word "Grolleau" stands for "The Raven", this title grapes owes its dark, almost black color. Despite the fact that the berries have a thin skin and a lack of tannins, the wine from it has a pleasant taste with herbal and cherry notes.
In 1947, after the end of World War II, Philippe Le Grix de la Salle began to grow grapes in the estate. Only after almost 30 years, he decided to make his own wine. In 1974 Chateau Le Grand Verdus classified as a historical monument and one of the most beautiful parts of the heritage of Bordeaux.
In 1975, Antoine, son of Philip, joined his father and began to develop the family business. For 20 years, they are from year to year, creating unique wines that can conquer from the first second. In 2008, the family business has joined the son of Antoine Thomas. In the vineyard applies organic methods, every stage of production is strictly controlled by the family Le Grix de la Salle.