Wine Chateau Pedesclaux, Grand Cru Classe Pauillac AOC, 2014
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Pedesclaux, Grand Cru Classe Pauillac AOC, 2014
The wine has a dark crimson color.
The wine has a full, rich, rich flavor with subtle oak notes, ripe tannins and a long finish.
Intense aroma of wine is filled with flavors of black currants, cedar and Christmas cake.
Great wine with red meat, lamb, smoked meats, mature cheeses.
Wine Chateau Pedesclaux 2010 - one of the best vintages, has earned high marks from critics. The wine has an intense aroma and a rich, full bodied with ripe tannins and good acidity. Fermentation is carried out in a temperature controlled wine stainless steel vats for 18-22 days. Excerpt lasts 18 months in oak barrels, 50% of which - new.
Region Pauillac, located between the famous wine region Saint-Estephe and Saint-Julien, is home to many well-known wines. Its reputation Pauillac wines have earned through their high quality and success in international markets. Pauillac terroir in a very diverse, despite the fact that the height above sea level varies within the region is only 30 m. The winemakers of the region very skillfully emphasize individuality and distinctive feature of their vineyards. But overall, Pauillac wine combines a single style: they are all rich, full-bodied, with classic notes of cassis and oak in the taste and aroma. Cabernet Sauvignon is the dominant variety grown in the vineyards here. Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Carmenere, Malbec and Petit Verdot is also approved for use in accordance with the laws of Pauillac.
Chateau Pedesklo was created in 1810 by Pierre Urbain Pedesklo, who was known and respected in Bordeaux winemaker. Gradually, he expanded the boundaries of the estate through the acquisition of several sites in Grand Puy. In 1855 wine Château were classified as fifth Grand Cru Classé (Cinquième Grand Cru Classe), and in 1891 acquired the Château Pedesklo Count Gastebo. When the graph manor and its cellars were reconstructed, then the quality of wines was several orders of magnitude higher. Today, the family owns Chateau Jugla, and the area is 28 hectares of vineyards. Soil vineyards are represented by clay, gravel and limestone rocks, and the average age of the vines is 35 years, but there are long-lived, which were planted in 1950! In 1991, the winery was refitted with the latest technology, in connection with what has changed and vinification technology, which now allows the economy to create more elegant wines.