This wine produced by Chateau de la Vieille Chapelle comes from a plot of 33 acres planted 150 years ago and consisting of Bouchales, Merlots and other different varieties.
All grapes are harvested by hand. Perform low temperature maceration before fermentation. Fermentation uses natural yeast. It is done in a concrete tank that does not have an inner coating. Aged for 10 months in French oak barrels. No clarification or filtration is performed.
Deep garnet. High viscosity. The scent is a mixture of ripe blackcurrants, plums, licorice, nutmeg, cloves, and black pepper, with a toasty oak scent. The scent of vanilla, coffee, bitter chocolate, and fine fragrance, yet with an animal nuance. In addition, the attack is soft and has a thick body, with a condensed fruity flavor. It contains minerals, has a strong skeleton and a strong alcoholic feel, and has a strong liquor quality. At first glance, it boasts a soft and silky texture that is both powerful and delicate. Full body with rich body. The bitter afterglow continues into the aftermarket.
Recommended dishes include beef, lamb, roasted duck, beef stew, stewed hamburger, game, and sausages.