Wine Chateau Senilhac, "Les Allees", Haut-Medoc AOC, 2012
Reviews of purchase Chateau Senilhac, "Les Allees", Haut-Medoc AOC, 2012
Wine of deep ruby red color.
Taste wine has good length. Foundation make up the bouquet wood tones and colors. As bright accents are the notes of blackberry, black currant, vanilla and spices.
The aroma of wine there are bright colors of vanilla and spices on a background of shades of ripe black fruit and berries.
The wine is recommended to serve with red meat grilled lamb leg, game, meats, deli meats and cheeses different.
Medoc region - a land of red wines that are particularly richness, depth and richness. In total, there are about 400 Medoc wine producers, and the total production in the region of 36 million bottles a year.
One of the biggest bands in the region is considered Haut-Medoc (Haut-Médoc AOC), which translated means "high Medoc." It is in appelassone O-Medoc vineyards on the class Cru Bourgeois grown harvest wine "Les Allees". Previously, the land used for grazing animals, while in the XVII century Dutch merchants decided not to take up an ambitious project to transform the swampy terrain in the area for vineyards. Zone O-Medoc is located in the south of the Médoc and occupies about 4657 hectares, accounting for 28.5% of all the vineyards of the region. Soil area - clay, clay-limestone, with the addition of gravel. Mainly grown varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec.
"Les Allees" - fine wine, created from the traditional to the area Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The wine is aged in large oak barrels, which gives it a special shade of vanilla. Wine storage capacity of 5-10 years.
Chateau Senilyak belongs to the famous farm Mahler-Besse, known in Bordeaux for over 100 years and now has a place in the elite wine of Bordeaux. On the understanding of the principles of winemaking in Malher-Besse says, for example, the fact that knowing the dependence of quality wines on the storage conditions, Mahler-Besse revived the ancient tradition of Bordeaux put on a special bottle neck "collar" on which the year of release of wine from the cellar. For the first buyer is a guarantee that before admission to the sale of wine stored in compliance with all the necessary conditions. With its unique collection of wines and the highest quality, Mahler-Besse, according to Robert Parker, is "the largest in the Bordeaux negociant."