CHÂTEAU PIQUE-SÈGUE - Bergerac, South West - France

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SW27
Vintage: 2018
The characteristic of the Pique-Sègue red wine is a full sensation of summer berries, cherry, raspberry and black current, with a soft and long taste in mouth.
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Country FRANCE Region Bergerac Grape Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

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Description

The characteristic of the Pique-Sègue red wine is a full sensation of summer berries, cherry, raspberry and black currant, with a soft and long taste in mouth.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Ribeye steak with gratin dauphinois, Lamb chops with garlic and rosemary.

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Concours de Bordeaux Gold

Concours des Vins de Bordeaux is a wine competition for wines produced in the French Aquitaine and South-West regions. The wines are judged by a mix of professional and consumer judges.

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Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Vintage 2018
Region Bergerac
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Marianne Mallard
Producer Chateau Pique Segue
Average age of vines 25 years
Harvest method Machine harvested
Fermentation & maceration Yes
Aging 12 to 15 months in vats
Alcohol 14%
Mouth Attribute Fresh, Medium-bodied, Silky Tannin
Nose Attribute Dark Fruit, Red Berries
SKU SW27

Vineyard Info

The wine estate Château Pique-Sègue is of great beauty, made of hills and valleys that extend right to Dordogne. Entering this land is a sensorial odyssey. This domain has a proud history that is more than 700 years old in the heart of the Libournais. The vineyard was already known as being the one producing the best “crus” of Montravel and Bergerac. The Archbishop of Bordeaux identified the domain for the first time during the 14th century. By the end of the 19th century, Château Pique-Sègue was considered as “one of the best wine-growing holding of the area” according to the Féret guide. When Henri IV stopped here when signing the treaty of Fleix, he watered his horse at the source of Pique-Sègue. Nowadays, the pilgrims of Saint-Jacques de Compostelle cross this land.

Château Pique-Sègue is also a heart-warming human family story. When Philip and Marianne Mallard open the doors of the ‘Château’ you are instantly plunged into a wonderful voyage, in the heart of a passion that has held a family for more than a quarter of a century. The 180 hectares (360 acres) property includes 66 hectares (132 acres) of grapes. Thanks to the efforts done by leaders such as the Mallard’s, Bergerac and Montravel wines have undergone a renaissance during these last 20 years thanks to an excellent technical knowledge in viticulture and vinification. Soil and savoir-faire remain the best guarantee for a good wine.

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Description

The characteristic of the Pique-Sègue red wine is a full sensation of summer berries, cherry, raspberry and black currant, with a soft and long taste in mouth.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Ribeye steak with gratin dauphinois, Lamb chops with garlic and rosemary.

Awards

Concours de Bordeaux Gold

Concours des Vins de Bordeaux is a wine competition for wines produced in the French Aquitaine and South-West regions. The wines are judged by a mix of professional and consumer judges.

More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Vintage 2018
Region Bergerac
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Marianne Mallard
Producer Chateau Pique Segue
Average age of vines 25 years
Harvest method Machine harvested
Fermentation & maceration Yes
Aging 12 to 15 months in vats
Alcohol 14%
Mouth Attribute Fresh, Medium-bodied, Silky Tannin
Nose Attribute Dark Fruit, Red Berries
SKU SW27

The wine estate Château Pique-Sègue is of great beauty, made of hills and valleys that extend right to Dordogne. Entering this land is a sensorial odyssey. This domain has a proud history that is more than 700 years old in the heart of the Libournais. The vineyard was already known as being the one producing the best “crus” of Montravel and Bergerac. The Archbishop of Bordeaux identified the domain for the first time during the 14th century. By the end of the 19th century, Château Pique-Sègue was considered as “one of the best wine-growing holding of the area” according to the Féret guide. When Henri IV stopped here when signing the treaty of Fleix, he watered his horse at the source of Pique-Sègue. Nowadays, the pilgrims of Saint-Jacques de Compostelle cross this land.

Château Pique-Sègue is also a heart-warming human family story. When Philip and Marianne Mallard open the doors of the ‘Château’ you are instantly plunged into a wonderful voyage, in the heart of a passion that has held a family for more than a quarter of a century. The 180 hectares (360 acres) property includes 66 hectares (132 acres) of grapes. Thanks to the efforts done by leaders such as the Mallard’s, Bergerac and Montravel wines have undergone a renaissance during these last 20 years thanks to an excellent technical knowledge in viticulture and vinification. Soil and savoir-faire remain the best guarantee for a good wine.

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