Wine Amiral De Beychevelle Saint Julien AOC 2007
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Reviews of purchase Amiral De Beychevelle Saint Julien AOC 2007
Color of a ripe pomegranate.
Amiral de Beshvell 2007 has a powerful full-bodied texture with well integrated tannins round. Elegant bouquet reveals pronounced notes of black currant, to which are added tone blackberry, spice and oak.
The aroma 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.
Chateau Beshevel dates back to the 17th century, when the land estates acquired Duke Jean-Louis de la Valette Nogaret and built here his ancestral castle. Chateau emblem to this day is a ship on the nose which depicts a mythical beast Griffin, rescue chariot of the god of wine Dionysus depths of the sea. So the name comes from the French Beshevel "Baisse-Voile", which means "lowered the sails" because passing the castle of Jean-Louis de la Valette Nogaret, lower a little ships sail in homage to the legendary Admiral, and later governor of Guyenne.
Today, the estate owns 250 hectares of land in Saint-Julien, 90 of whom hold excellent vineyards. There are great wines, which have a long storage potential, but at the same time exhibit excellent organoleptic characteristics and at a young age.
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 technology of production, including maceration and fermentation, which takes place at temperatures 28-30S, Amiral de Beshvel has an unusually soft and complex flavor, and 15-18 months he spent in oak barrels add additional guilt harmony and grace. Try excellent Amiran de Beshvel 2007, which according to experts will be at the peak of ripeness between 2010 and 2015.