Wine Dourthe, "Grands Terroirs" Saint-Emilion, 2011
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Reviews of purchase Dourthe, "Grands Terroirs" Saint-Emilion, 2011
Wine intense purple color.
Wine with a full, refined taste of good length reveals juicy tones of red fruits, hints of pepper and other spices, as well as a wonderful balance of acidity and well integrated tannins.
The elegant bouquet of wine aromas of pomegranate and cherry gracefully intertwined with subtle hints of violets blooming.
Wine is served to accompany cheeses, game, grilled, roasted and stewed meat.
Like all wines, which are dominated by Merlot grapes, red wine "Grand Terroir" Saint-Emilion has an exceptionally smooth taste. Wine is characterized by exquisite fragrance with notes of violets and cherries, bright and elegant taste notes. Cabernet Sauvignon gives the wine an extra fullness and astringency.
Company Dourthe (Dourthe) was founded in 1840. Today, its possessions cover about 350 acres and located in the most favorable for viticulture and wine-making regions of France - Bordeaux and Languedoc-Roussillon. In addition, the company owns extensive vineyards in Argentina.
French estate companies have a particularly advantageous for wine terroir, the presence of the most modern and innovative laboratories, well-equipped cellars and warehouses. Combined with careful maintenance, selection of vines and knowledge working in the company of highly skilled professionals, the benefits of the terroir of Bordeaux and Languedoc regions allow you to create a truly great wines under the brand name "Dourthe" and the company itself - to be a leader in the sale of the best Bordeaux wines.