CHATEAU SAINTE MARIE - Bordeaux Superieur - France

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Product SKU
BO44
Vintage: 2019

Chateau Sainte Marie - Bordeaux Superieur - France

Nice deep crimson color with purple shades. Aromas of small concentrated berries, wide and generous, the wine is powerful and softens with the year.

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Country FRANCE Region Bordeaux Grape Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

Product Description

Description

Beautiful intense and lively colour with purple tints. Aromas of red fruits, delicately spiced. Beautiful structure in the mouth, rich and powerful, which will blend with time.

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

How to pair it

  • Meat Red meats, pasta dishes & cold cuts.
  • Cheese Hard cheeses.

Wine Facts

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Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Vintage 2019
Region Bordeaux
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Divided winemaking per parcels. Fermentation during 3 to 5 weeks in stainless steel tanks for a soft extraction of the tannins
Producer Stephane Dupuch
Average age of vines 32 years
Production method 110,000 bottles
Fermentation & maceration Divided winemaking per parcels. fermentation during 3 to 5 weeks in stainless steel tanks for a soft extraction of the tannins
Aging 3 to 10 years
Nose Attribute Fruity
SKU BO44

Vineyard Info

Château Sainte-Marie is located in the middle of the prime wine-growing Entre-Deux-Mers area between the Dordogne and Garonne rivers. The ideally oriented plots stretch across two hills with perfect exposure to the sun on some of the highest land in the Gironde département. The fruit, whose amazing quality improves continuously, is picked from old vines, whose yield is carefully controlled, including a plot of more than a hundred-year-old Semillon and Merlot vines. The distinctive inherent quality of Château Sainte-Marie wines results from the wide diversity of soils in which our vines are cultivated. The abundant variety of terroirs (clayey gravel, clayey limestone and asteriated limestone) provides scope for selection that is worthy of very great wines.

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Description

Beautiful intense and lively colour with purple tints. Aromas of red fruits, delicately spiced. Beautiful structure in the mouth, rich and powerful, which will blend with time.

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

How to pair it

  • Meat Red meats, pasta dishes & cold cuts.
  • Cheese Hard cheeses.
More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Vintage 2019
Region Bordeaux
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Divided winemaking per parcels. Fermentation during 3 to 5 weeks in stainless steel tanks for a soft extraction of the tannins
Producer Stephane Dupuch
Average age of vines 32 years
Production method 110,000 bottles
Fermentation & maceration Divided winemaking per parcels. fermentation during 3 to 5 weeks in stainless steel tanks for a soft extraction of the tannins
Aging 3 to 10 years
Nose Attribute Fruity
SKU BO44

Château Sainte-Marie is located in the middle of the prime wine-growing Entre-Deux-Mers area between the Dordogne and Garonne rivers. The ideally oriented plots stretch across two hills with perfect exposure to the sun on some of the highest land in the Gironde département. The fruit, whose amazing quality improves continuously, is picked from old vines, whose yield is carefully controlled, including a plot of more than a hundred-year-old Semillon and Merlot vines. The distinctive inherent quality of Château Sainte-Marie wines results from the wide diversity of soils in which our vines are cultivated. The abundant variety of terroirs (clayey gravel, clayey limestone and asteriated limestone) provides scope for selection that is worthy of very great wines.

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