Saint-Estèphe is a true "terroir" wine. The influence of the soil, gravels as usual and more clays than in Médoc, can be experienced when tasting a Saint-Estèphe wine. Although Pauillac is just close-by, Saint-Estèphe wines are different. Saint-Estèphe wines are very coloured, earthy, firm, robust and tannic. They reach their maturity slower than other Médoc wines. Saint-Estèphe hosts 5 Grands Crus Classés (great growths) such as Château Montrose and Château Cos d'Estournel.
Château Phelan Segur, Saint Estèphe, Bordeaux, France, 2016
51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 49% Merlot
A dense purple colour along with rich minerality and sweet notes of boysenberries and raspberries are found in this 2010. The...
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