Wine "Chateau de Parenchere" Rouge, Bordeaux Superieur AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase "Chateau de Parenchere" Rouge, Bordeaux Superieur AOC, 2011
The wine is intense ruby-purple color.
The taste of wine a nice, elegant, fruity taste with a velvety texture, balanced acidity and a long, dry finish.
The wine shows a soft, harmonious aroma, notes of ripe woven of dark fruit, raspberry, blackcurrant, undergrowth and spices.
Wine in perfect harmony with game, roasted red meats and hard aged cheeses.
"Chateau de Parenchere" Rouge, Bordeaux Superieur AOC - dry red wine made from a blend of four grape varieties - Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Malbec. The vines dating back 15-20 years, are grown in the vineyards of Chateau de Parensher economy. Harvesting is carried out manually to achieve berries full maturity. At the winery berries are sorted, and the traditional vinification, which takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. Matured wine in oak barrels. The potential of wine "Chateau de Parenchere" Rouge, Bordeaux Superieur AOC is 3-6 years.
The origins of the chateau date back to the 1570 goal, it is the time Pierre de Parenchières, Lord Fourgoignières, laid the foundation of the estate. In the XVIII century the restoration was made of vines, followed by the quality of the grapes was highly appreciated in the highest circles. Since 1958, the chateau is a family Gazaniol.
In 2005, the Chateau de Parenchere took a fancy to Mr. Per Landin, a big fan of quality wines from Sweden, which became a joint stock partner Jean Gazaniol. Today, they work together in order to wine Chateau de Paransher gained acceptance in many countries.