Wine "Amiral De Beychevelle", Saint Julien AOC, 2007, 375 ml
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Reviews of purchase "Amiral De Beychevelle", Saint Julien AOC, 2007, 375 ml
Wine color of a ripe pomegranate.
The wine has a powerful full-bodied texture with well integrated tannins round. Elegant taste revealed pronounced notes of black currant, to which are added tone blackberry, spice and oak.
The aroma of wine is dominated by shades of black currants and blackberries, which adds a touch of spice notes.
The wine goes well with grilled meats or grilled meat, as well as veal steak, venison and cheeses.
"Amiran de Beshvel" - the second wine sector, which is produced from the same grape varieties as the Château de Beshvel, but unlike it matures earlier and is fully revealed after 3-7 years of aging. Due to the special production technologies, including maceration and fermentation to proceed at a temperature of 28-30 ° C, "Amiral de Beshvel" has unusually soft and complex flavor, and 15-18 months in oak barrels added additional harmony and guilt grace. Try excellent "Amiran de Beshvel" 2007, which according to experts will be at the peak of ripeness between 2010 and 2015.
Chateau Manor Beshvel impossible to miss because it is the first large estates on the highway D2, leading to the north of the commune of Saint-Julien. Few castles Bordeaux have the same unique charm as this house, more like an ancient palace. It was founded in the XVII century and once belonged to a powerful bordocskim families also once owned this estate Duke Jean-Louis de la Valette Nogare (Jean-Louis Nogaret de la Valette), Grand Admiral of France. Nautical theme continues on the labels of wines on all bottles of wine farms Beychevelle depicts the ship. Legend has it that during the reign of King Henry III on these lands lived d'Epernon Duke, the first Admiral of the Royal Navy. Therefore, passing these places, ships in reverence had to greet his admiral powerful volleys of naval guns with lowered sails. French team "after the sails!" sounds like "Baisse Voiles", but in the local dialect of Aquitaine, this phrase sounded like "Baiche Veyles" or "Besh Vel".