Wine Chateau Sabatey-Bellevue, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Chateau Sabatey-Bellevue, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
The wine is dark red in color.
The taste of wine is rounded, flexible, with well-balanced tannins and a soft texture.
The aroma of the wine reveals notes of plum, coconut, undergrowth.
The wine is recommended to serve with grilled red meat, game, mushrooms and cheese.
Red wine farm - "Chateau Sabatey-Bellevue" - creates a harmonious blend of the three varieties, which Merlot brings roundness and fullness, Cabernet Sauvignon enriches tannic structure, and Cabernet Franc gives a taste of the flexibility and elasticity.
Chateau Sabate-Bellevue is located in the commune of Entre-Deux-Mer, on a hill with stunning views of the Valley Engran. Chateau belongs to the family for many years Graffeuille. Since 1990 Chateau run by representatives of the fourth generation of the family - brother and sister and Dominique Didier. Their debut in 1990 was more than successful, the very first vintage won a gold medal at the "Concours des Vins de Bordeaux".
Vineyards Chateau occupy 18 hectares of clay-limestone and sand-clay soils. 4 hectares given over to the white grape varieties - Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon, the remaining 14 hectares are occupied by red varieties - Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Employment vineyards based on traditional methods using only organic fertilizer mainly manual labor. Winery Chateau equipped with tanks for 2000 hectoliters, of which 400 hectoliters - the volume of ceramic underground tanks for aging wines in the summer, others are made of stainless steel. There are also oak barrels, which usually is held 5% of the vintage.