Wine Chateau Teyssier, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, 2011
Reviews of purchase Chateau Teyssier, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, 2011
Wine rich ruby-red color.
The wine has a strong, soft, rounded, balanced taste with perfectly integrated silky tannins and good acidity. Taste wine reveals notes of red and black fruit, chocolate, coffee, hazelnut, complemented by hints of smoke, stones, earth and oak. The finish is long, refreshing and delicious, with bright cherry notes.
The wine has an attractive fruity aroma with hints of cherry, coffee, walnut and cedar.
The wine goes well with appetizers, meat dishes, game, cheeses.
Chateau Teyssier, 2011 - aromatic wine with bright fruit character, which is recommended to drink now or keep until 2020.
Chateau Teyssier is located in the famous wine region of Bordeaux, in the commune of Vignonet, in the department of Gironde. At the site of Chateau Teyssier in the XVIII century farm was founded, which in 1869 acquired the historian Jules Roy, building a castle here and landed vineyards. Manor Château Teyssier was a 5 hectares of land abandoned when Jonathan and Lin Malthus in 1994, bought it, upgraded the winery and cellar, built a second winery and acquired additional land in the municipality of Vignonet: Saint-Sulpice-de-phaleras and Saint-Emilion. Today, Chateau Teyssier extends almost 30 hectares.