Wine Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens, Bordeaux Superieur AOC, 2012
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens, Bordeaux Superieur AOC, 2012
The wine is dark ruby color.
The taste of wine is rounded, balanced, with a pleasant, refined tannins and fruity notes in the long finish.
Wine with aromas of vanilla and spices, hints of red fruits.
The wine goes well with meat, poultry and cheese.
Chateau Cap Saint-Martin, Blaye Cotes de Bordeaux AOC - red dry wine created from grapes with Merlot with a small percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon. Crop harvested in late September-early October, grapes undergoes sorting. A few days pre-maceration, alcoholic fermentation takes place in the natural yeast. the fermentation temperature was maintained between 27 to 30 ° C. The wort is subjected to daily remontazhu. After fermentation, the wine is aged six months in oak barrels and twelve months in large tanks. There were produced 80,000 bottles.
Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens is a family winery that produces atypical wines for France. For many years the farm has been improving the quality of its products, carefully monitoring each stage of production. Family business was founded in 1941 by Daniel and Catherine Lewillet. They planted the first vines and began to process them. In 1976, the reins of government passed to Pierre and Nicole Lewillet. At the end of his studies in 1996, Herve joined the family business, he immediately began to modernize the cellar. In 2013-2014, the estate is undergoing major repairs, resulting in a new office, a tasting room and a cellar.
Today the winery is run by the fifth generation of the family - Hervè Lhuillier. Wines of the company win medals and awards of various international competitions, which, undoubtedly, speaks about their high quality.