Wine Chateau Verdignan Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc AOC 2001
Reviews of purchase Chateau Verdignan Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc AOC 2001
Wine dense purple color.
Rich, harmonious taste wine has a silky texture, powerful tannins, refreshing acidity and dominant notes of raspberry and blueberry. The aftertaste is surprisingly long.
Clean, intense aroma of wine is filled with hints of cassis and blackberry and subtle nuances of cedar.
The wine goes well with meat dishes, game, cheeses.
Winery Chateau Les Ormes de Pez founded in the XVIII century, the name she received through the old vyazam ("Orme" in French means "elm"), which grows on the estate. Manor Château les Ormes de Pez is located near the village of Pez (Pez), in Saint-Estephe (Saint-Estephe). In 1940 it passed into the possession of the family of Kaz (Cazes). Who manages the winery Jean-Michel Kaz (Jean-Michel Cazes) - a legendary and unique personality in Bordeaux. He is a Grand Master of the Society of Wine Medoc, Graves, Sauternes and Barsac - a society whereby Bordeaux wines have become what they are, that is the most popular and selling wines in the world.
33 hectares (82 acres) of vineyards, Chateau Les Ormes de Pez located on two plots of land - in the center and north of the region of Saint-Estephe. Now the economy is in excellent condition. 15 years ago the owners completely rebuilt the winery. For example, the old building of the stables in the castle has been restored and is now used for storing wine at the stage of aging in barrels. Building stables adjacent to the main building - castle built in the XVIII century, which is a magnificent architectural ensemble.
Wine Chateau Les Ormes de Pez - bright and beautifully balanced. Since local soil has a relatively low content of stone and high clay content, causing the water slowly percolates and wines have high acidity and low pH, well structured. Wine Chateau Les Ormes de Pez typical wines of the region of Saint-Estephe: thick, soft, with good tannins.
Within the framework of reconstruction and rehabilitation of the mouth of the Gironde river has done a great job, which is funded by the CEE. It was renovated port, which is the starting point for wine barrels in Bordeaux.
Jean Miailhe became the owner of the vineyard, first in 1972 and then 1975.
Vineyards in the area of 60 hectares spread on gravel soils appellasona O-Médoc. The average age of the vines is 30 years. Every stage of production takes place with strict control, resulting in the estate wines are elegant and refined and.
Today wine Château Verdinyan popular and successful not only in Bordeaux, but also outside of France.