Wine Chateau Senejac Haut-Medoc AOC Cru Bourgeois 2005
Chateau Senezhak 2005 has a complex, rich flavor, which against the backdrop of velvety tannins reveal seductive tones of black currant and blackberry, joined by lighter shades of cocoa and licorice, developing a mild aftertaste.
Multilayer sweetish aroma reveals hints of licorice, to which are added tone herbs, blackberries, chocolate and black currant.
Chateau Senezhak perfect accompaniment to red meat and big game: lamb, baked in herbs, roast venison, all kinds of steaks, steaks, and Julien, truffles, pate and mature cheeses.
Chateau Senezhak first mentioned in the 16th century in connection with the name of Nicolas de Blois, who founded the estate and broke the first vineyards here. Since then, the estate changed many owners, among whom were both nobles and gentry, but only at the Chateau Thierry Rustman Senezhak breathed new life, and it took the top position among the vineyards of the Medoc.
Today vineyards Chateau occupy 30 hectares and located on a plateau which rises above the village of Le Piennes-Medoc. In 1983, the entire area of soil appellation was drained, so the quality of the grapes is greatly improved.
To create exquisite Chateau Senezhak used only the ripest grapes, which meets several times per season. Fermentation is carried out in a temperature wine containers and to extract tannins from fruit and mildest effective method, wine several times a day shaken. After the end of alcoholic fermentation third of the wine is going through lactic acid fermentation in new oak barrels, and then blended and aged in oak from 12 to 15 months. Thanks to this technology, not only wine has incredible taste characteristics, but also gains the ability to develop for a long time in the bottle. Try magnificent Chateau Senezhak 2005, which will be at its peak between 2011 and 2020.