Wine Chateau Greysac, Medoc AOC, 2006, 375 ml
Reviews of purchase Chateau Greysac, Medoc AOC, 2006, 375 ml
The wine is dark ruby color.
The taste of wine is saturated Rainbow Cocktail of red fruits, has good balance and pleasing tannins.
The aroma of wine felt notes of red berries, spice and wood tones (cedar).
The wine goes well with meat dishes.
A blend of red wine Chateau Greysac consists of several grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, grown in the vineyards of Chateau Greysak. Withstand the wine for 12 months in oak barrels, 20% of which - new. It is a charming wine vintage 2006 has a rich fruity taste with mineral notes and a long dry finish.
"Wine Chateau Greysac 2006 with strong fruit flavors with silky tannins has a good potential for development - after 2010" - James Suckling, Wine Spectator, March 2009.
History winery Chateau Greysak began in 1973, when it was acquired in the property Baron Francois de Gyunzburgom and several of his friends, with the support Infint Group and its chairman Giovanni Agnelli. At Chateau made grandiose reconstruction, and in 1982 joined the winery Union Grand Cru Bordeaux (Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux).
In addition to the vineyards at Chateau Greysak located close to the village of Bai farm owns vineyards in the territory of the commune Begadan. The wines from these vineyards, as wine Chateau Du Monthyl, produced at the winery Domaine Codem.
Wines from Chateau Greysac, who are aged in oak barrels only have a particular, unique style - it is almost always full-bodied wine with a bright, intense fruity aroma.