Wine Connetable de Talbot, 2006
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The wine is dark garnet color.
The wine has a balanced, full-bodied taste with a normal acidity and a long finish.
The wine has a rich aroma of tobacco, roasted coffee, cassis and red berries.
The wine goes well with meat dishes, game and cheeses.
Chateau Talbot is located in Saint-Julien, in the heart of the Medoc vineyards. Chateau is named after the constable Talbot, an English soldier who distinguished himself at the Battle of Castillon in 1453. In 1917, the estate of Chateau Talbot was acquired by Georges Cordier, who have made a huge contribution to the wine industry. Land estates have favorable properties for growing high quality grapes. Chateau Talbot feature is that the whole process of wine production is controlled by the digital technology, also in the estate there are two cellars, one filled with wooden barrels, second barrels of stainless steel. Both cellars have a temperature control system. Winemakers Chateau Talbot, combining tradition, high technology and favorable soil conditions create delicious wines.
Wine Connetable de Talbot has a rating of 16.5 / 20 points Evaluation Berry Bros & Rudd score - 2004.
Chateau Talbot worked closely with Veyret Latour, subsidiary of the Swiss group Schenk (Schenc), specializing in rare and fine wines from the Bordeaux region. The company has existed since 1970 and ever since has a special, private relationship with the owners of the prestigious Chateau across the region, working with them on issues of distribution and international trade.