Wine Chateau Peyrat-Fourthon Kosher, Haut-Medoc AOC, 2007
The wine has a dark ruby color.
Round and velvety taste of the wine opens elegant gamut of fruit tones on the background of tannin base. Accents of black fruit combined with hints of spices and develop a sweet aftertaste.
The wine has a subtle and complex flavor with hints of sweet spices, red fruits and aromatic nuances of toasted bread.
The wine is recommended to serve with meat and cold snacks, as well as poultry, cheeses.
A blend of red wine "Chateau Peyrat-Furton" consists of four grape varieties - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, grown in vineyards located around the estate. The average age of the vines - 20 years. The wine is aged for 12-18 months in oak barrels, 50% of which - new. Economy annually produces 50,000 bottles of wine.
Pierre Narboni long wanted to revive the tradition of producing kosher wines in the region of Haut-Médoc AOC, so wine "Chateau Peyrat-Fourthon" is available also as kosher. Part of the grapes are harvested and vinified with the blessing of a rabbi. These include vintage 2007. In 2010 Chateau Peyrat-Fourthon 2007 vintage won a gold medal at the International Competition in Bordeaux and a silver medal at the competition in Brussels.
Chateau Peyrat-Fourthon - former Carthusian monastery, which is famous as hunting grounds at the end of the XVIII century, which attracts many titled persons. The land on which the castle is located, are among the best in the region of Haut-Médoc AOC. More in 1834 around the monastery were planted the first vines.
Since 1998, when the Chateau Peyrat-Furton acquired ownership Pierre Narbonne, the castle started to produce very sophisticated and truly elegant Bordeaux wines that have gained recognition and high ratings wine critics and experts. Pierre Narboni had a complete reconstruction services, refitting cellar and planting new vines around the castle. In the vineyards with a total area of 20 hectares grow such classic Bordeaux grape varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot.