Wine Chateau Fonroque Saint Emilion Gran Cru Classe AOC 2004
Reviews of purchase Chateau Fonroque Saint Emilion Gran Cru Classe AOC 2004
The wine is dark red cherry color.
The wine has an elegant, full-bodied taste with floral, fruity notes, light hints of cedar and bergamot. The finish is long and soft with notes of minerals and fruits.
The wine has a complex aroma with notes of fresh tropical fruits, almonds and white flowers.
Wine is recommended to use with grilled meat and game on the grill.
Chateau St. Emilion Fonrok - this wine from the Bordeaux region, which is made in appellasone St. Emilion and is classified as Grand Cru. The grapes are grown for him on clay-limestone soils Fonrok Chateau, where the average age of the vines is about 35 years. Chateau St. Emilion Fonrok has excellent potential exposure, so vintage 2004 is only now beginning to reach its perfect taste. This wine must be decanted before serving.
The modern history of Chateau Fonrok starts since moving to the estate of the family My, namely Jean Moi, in 1931. My Jean, from a family of farmers who first settled in Paris with his wife, opening a network of small dairy shops. Soon, however, inspired by his brother Antoine, who bought the Chateau Tayefe in 1923, Jean decided to test his fate and acquired Fonrok. After two generations to managing the estate started Jean-Pierre mine. Although the method of managing the estate and has changed over time, the economy was needed more radical change - so, in a short period of time, the winery was heavily rebuilt, replaced the drainage system, implemented new planting. In the cellars of the estate, they have bought new oak barrels, and in 1993 the cellar was rebuilt, adding a new room to store bottles and tasting room.
Today the vineyard Chateau Fonrok extends to 20 hectares, landing on the 70% of Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc from. Every year it produces no more than 6, 500 cases of wine Chateau Grand Prix, the share of the second wine estates - Chateau Cartier is about 25% of the crop.