Wine Chateau Teynac, Saint-Julien, 2011, 375 ml
Reviews of purchase Chateau Teynac, Saint-Julien, 2011, 375 ml
Wine beautiful ruby color.
The wine has a pleasant, silky taste with well integrated tannins, light oak and spicy nuances and a long elegant finish, which reveals the colors red and black fruits.
Bouquet of the wine combines aromas of ripe black cherry, black currant and sweet spices.
Wine excellent match with beef, lamb, saddle of lamb, turkey, cheese, steak ostrich, medium-sized game such as pigeon, duck or rabbit.
Chateau Teynac can rightly be called a rising star in the region of Saint-Julien. Due to the considerable investments that have been made in the vineyard owner Philip Pen as well as an interesting mixture of varieties in the blend, the wine is of high quality and superb, elegant, classic style. It is recommended to drink a few hours after unsealing the bottle, and when the wine is slightly revealed, after 2-3 years of aging.
The area of the vineyard, where grapes are grown red wine "Chateau Teynak" is about 12.5 hectares, the average age of the vines - 35 years. The grapes are harvested by hand and subjected to a strict selection. Fermentation is carried out in stainless steel containers at controlled temperatures. Maceration lasts 3 weeks. Excerpt wine occurs within 12-14 months in French oak barrels, which are updated annually by 35-40%.
Mention of Chateau Teynak still occurs in 1874 in the publication of the magazine "Bordeaux and its wines": "Chateau Teynac classified between 2 and 4 class in the official classification of 1834". Chateau is located in one of the most beautiful places in Saint-Julien, ownership has more than 20 hectares of land. Near the Chateau Teynac is no less eminent economy - Chateau Lavil Barton.
Since 1990, the owners of Chateau Teynac Pen has become a family, which also owns Chateau Corconnac, located a few kilometers from Saint-Laurent in the Medoc. Adhering to the traditional methods of cultivation and cultivation of grapes, hand harvesting and careful selection of berries, as well as the traditional aging wine in French oak, in addition to a high level of skill, winemakers farm produce perfect wines that repeatedly took prizes at international competitions.