Wine Clos Fourtet 1-er Grand Cru Classe, 2002
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Reviews of purchase Clos Fourtet 1-er Grand Cru Classe, 2002
The wine is dark garnet color.
Vintage demonstrates silky texture, beautiful balance with juicy flavor and a subtle smoky hue spicy chocolate aftertaste.
Millezim different characteristic pungent aroma with hints of fruit, leather and coffee.
Wine served with cold meats, grilled meats and poultry.
Winery Clos Furth, located in Saint-Emilion, until 2001, belonged to a prominent family Lurton. Then it was bought by the Parisian businessman Philip Kyuvele, who is also the owner of Château Puzho in Moulis-en-Medoc and Château Léoville Poyferre in Saint-Julien. 25-year-old vineyards with a total area of 25 hectares, grown on clay-limestone soils give great wines. Thanks vinification methods used in farming, produce high-quality wines: green harvesting harvest, fermentation in stainless steel tanks, malolactic fermentation in barriques, aging in new barrels. "Clos Furth - a wine that should be monitored and be sure to purchase" - Robert Parker.