Wine Chateau Haut Saint Brice, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, 2010
Reviews of purchase Chateau Haut Saint Brice, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, 2010
Wine garnet color with dark purple undertones.
The wine has a smooth taste with well integrated tannins. Mellow taste of wine filled with fruit and vanilla nuances that go into an elegant finish.
The aroma of the wine reveals hints of red fruits, spices and wood.
The wine goes well with red meats, game and cheeses.
Winery Chateau Oh Saint Brice is located in the commune of Saint Christophe des Bardes, not far from Saint-Emilion. Vineyards Chateau actually under the care of specialists from other estates - Chateau Pas de l'Ane, through which most of the local wine is classified as Grand Cru. Local soils are particularly favorable for the cultivation of varieties of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, which are the basis for wine Chateau Haut Saint Brice. To date, Chateau Oh Saint Brice is working closely with the brand Cressman.
Kressmann Monopole Edward Cressman was created in 1897, today it is one of the most famous and the oldest and largest merchants of Bordeaux wine trading company in France. The company works closely with the wine producers, tracking the entire process from growing the grapes to production. Kressmann wine - it's bright and modern, but at the same time, the typical representatives of Bordeaux, who managed to preserve features of the local terroir and vintages. All wines are made from grapes grown on the best plantations of Bordeaux, while maintaining high quality at an affordable price wide range of consumers. The main market of wine - it restaurants, shopping stores and hotels. The company supplies its products to 80 countries, while holding a leading position in this segment.