Wine Chateau Les Combes, Saint-Estephe AOC
Reviews of purchase Chateau Les Combes, Saint-Estephe AOC
Wine of pure ruby-red color.
The taste of wine is round, with delicate tannins and notes of black fruits.
The aroma of wine shows rich shades of ripe garden fruit and black currant.
The wine is served to beef, lamb, grilled meat and vegetable dishes.
Chateau Les Combes, Saint-Estephe AOC - red dry wine from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grape varieties grown in the Chateau Le Combe vineyards. This Chateau in the last three centuries belongs to one family, the drinks they produce are of the highest reputation among fans of Bordeaux wine. Château Le Combe is a wine with a rounded structure and gentle tannin, in its taste there are tones of juicy black fruits. Maison Bouey is the owner of one of the largest wine cellars in the entire Bordeaux region. The assortment of the company covers the whole variety of Bordeaux wines. Having exclusive contracts with many Château, the company "Meson Bueh" represents French wines in sixty countries of the world. In 2010, "Mezon Buet" further strengthened its position by building a new winery with cutting-edge production facilities and a magnificent cellar for wine storage. "Meson Bueh" is one of the last in Bordeaux independent family homes. It was created in 1958 by Roger Buet, who bought huge warehouses near Bordeaux and founded the society "Bué and Sons" together with the sons of Serge and André. Roger was the first winemaker in Cusack, in the Medoc region, and, being passionately in love with winemaking, devoted his whole life to guilt. He died at the age of 99 in 2000. Since 1991, Grandfather's business was continued by his grandson Patrick Bueh, who introduced new requirements to the quality of produced and purchased wines. In 2005, the company, being 100% family-owned, was renamed to "Meson Bueh".
The wine "Meson Bueh" is the result of painstaking work on choosing a terroir, attracting the most talented wine growers and improving the process of winemaking. The company's wines were repeatedly awarded high titles at international competitions.