Wine Sichel, "Chevalier Bacalan" Saint-Emilion AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Sichel, "Chevalier Bacalan" Saint-Emilion AOC, 2011
The color of wine - deep red with purple hues.
The taste of wine is full bodied, with well-structured tannins and a long, velvety finish.
The aroma of wine is dominated by pleasant fruit tones.
Wine is served to steaks, the meat on the grill, game and cheese.
"Chevalier Bacalan" Saint-Emilion - rich Bordeaux wine from the grape varieties Merlot and Cabernet Franc grown in the wine region of Saint-Emilion. Produced "Chevalier Bakalan" traditional Bordeaux method. The wine has good storage potential.
Sichel Company (Sishel) was founded back in 1883, when Sishel family moved to Bordeaux, and decided to take her head negotsiantskim business (before the family traveled a lot all over Europe). Great-grandson of the founder, the Englishman Peter Sishel, arrived in Bordeaux in 1960 and 12 years later was elected President of the Association of Wine Merchants Bordeaux in 1972. Finally, Peter is based in Bordeaux after meeting with his wife, Diane. One of the important achievements of Peter was an old manor recovery in Margaux, Chateau d'Angludet, acquired in 1961. In addition, he was the main shareholder of Chateau Palmer, in which in 1938 were made significant investments of his father - Allan Sishelem and three other families. Peter gained fame as one of the most respected people in Bordeaux; in fact, he was one of the first wine merchant, who became a winemaker.
Now the name of Peter Sishelya known around the world, primarily because of its strategy of combining tradition and modern technologies. The basic principles on which the company built Sichel all activities are as follows:
- Control at every stage of wine making, to ensure the highest quality;
- Deep knowledge of the market, to best meet the needs of the buyer;
- Impeccable service;
- Motivation and encouragement of employees.
At the moment, the company run by the sons of Peter, that support tradition Sishel family, successfully introduce new technologies and produce wine of consistently high quality.