Wine Chateau Tauzinat l'Hermitage, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOC
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Tauzinat l'Hermitage, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOC
Wine of deep ruby color with ohristym shade.
The wine has a rich, balanced, rich, fruity taste with a silky texture, velvety tannins, notes of ripe cherries, juicy raspberries, blueberries and blackberries, licorice and chocolate. A long aftertaste is revealed by notes of coffee and spices.
The aroma of wine intrigues with rich notes of flowers, ripe sweet berries and spices, tones of fried bread, jam and smoke.
The wine is ideally combined with risotto with truffles and mushrooms, steak, grilled meat, poultry, especially duck, Bree and Camembert cheeses, desserts, chocolate cake, peach Melba.
Chateau Tauzinat l'Hermitage is a red dry wine made from grape varieties Merlot and Cabernet Franc. "Chateau Tauzinat l'Hermitage is one of the oldest in this region," says the earliest editions of the Feret management in the 19th century. The name of the Chateau comes from the Tausinian species of oaks, known truffles that grow around. Situated on the Saint Emilion plateau, the Chateau Tosina l'Hermitage owns one of the best terroirs on the right bank of the Bordeaux. Nine acres of vineyards with vines Merlot and Cabernet Franc, broken on clay and limestone soil, give wine with a seductive, complex aroma. The quality of Tauzinat l'Hermitage wine was recognized at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1889. Known for its wines, the medieval town of Saint-Emilion is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The name Saint-Emilion Grand Cru does not correspond to a certain area, but refers to the quality criteria.
The wine harvest of the Château Tosina L'Ermitage is collected exclusively by hand, when the grapes are fully ripe, then carefully sorted. The average age of the vines is 30 years. Fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature of 30-32 ° C in stainless steel vats, followed by soft pneumatic pressing and aging in French oak barrels during the year, with occasional stirring once a month. Before bottling wine is filtered.
Domaines Bernard Moueix is the great creation of Antoine Muex, the founder of the company. The history of the winemaking region of Pomol is closely related to the activities of the Mueks family. It all began in 1905, when Antoine Muex left his native Correze (Central France) to conduct his military service in Libourne. Then he discovered the huge potential of the region, took a chance and proved himself as a wine merchant. His business flourished very quickly. Being an excellent farmer, he recognized the distinctive properties of the land and the exclusivity of the terroir. His first acquisition of Antoine Muex took place in 1923, his choice was based on the Chateau Taillefer in Pomorle. In 1953 he bought the Chateau Tauzinat l'Hermitage in Saint Emilion. A century later the company was headed by the son of Antoine Muex - Bernard Muex. He passed on to his children, who head the company today, the secrets of family traditions and know-how, perfected from generation to generation.