Wine Chateau Bel-Air Gallier, Graves AOC, 2012
Reviews of purchase Chateau Bel-Air Gallier, Graves AOC, 2012
The wine shows a dark red color with purple highlights.
The wine has a balanced, expressive taste, in which the berry notes of blackberry, black currant, and the nuances of cherries predominate. A special charm is attributed to the accents of cedar and exquisite tannic semitones.
The aroma of wine is rich and generous, it combines the nuances of ripe fruits and berries beautifully tinted with notes of chocolate, coffee and soft vanilla accents.
Wine will be a good addition for dishes from beef and mutton, stew and roast meat. It can also be served with dark chocolate, nuts and hard cheeses.
Red dry wine Chateau Bel-Air Gallier has a rich fruit bouquet and expressive, balanced taste with a predominance of berry nuances. To create it, grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot are used. This combination is also called "Bordeaux blend", hinting at its tradition in the mentioned wine region.
Chateau Bel-Air Gallier represents the Apeliaon Grave in the wine region of Bordeaux. Two thousand years ago, the area where the Chateau Belle-Eure Gailler vineyards are located was planted with vineyards, and the ancient Romans were the masters of the land. In the chronicles of the Roman writer Columella there are records in which he expresses his admiration for the wines created from the grapes grown on the Garonne coast. The castle is named Gallier, which is like the French word "gravier", translated into Russian meaning "gravel." It is this breed that predominates in soils where the vineyards of the farm are spread, which is a favorable condition for the growth of vines.
Today, Maison Riviere supplies its products to 60 countries, and the high quality of the wines has repeatedly confirmed by awards at prestigious competitions.