Wine Chateau de Parsac, Montagne Saint-Emilion AOC, 2017
Wine intense purple color.
The wine is soft, rounded taste, in which the tone of ripe fruit and berries are combined in a surprisingly balanced palette of playing hints of raspberries, cherries, nuances of vanilla and spices. Velvety tannins are felt in a long fruity aftertaste.
In an intriguing aroma of the wine stand out notes of red fruits and berries: raspberries, strawberries and cherries, which, combined with accents of spices create a pleasant mild flavor.
Wine will be a good complement to grilled red meat, fried fish, meats, pasta.
Chateau de Parsac - dry red wine, which is the famous Bordeaux region. The wine is made from the classic Bordeaux blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Grapes grown in appellasone Montagne Saint Emilion and vinified in the traditional way.
Château de Parsac Edmond Rothschild was acquired in 200. Dating back to the beginning of the XIX century the building was renovated, and vines, whose age is much older than the age of the Chateau, were revived to life, to give a fine crop of fine wine.
Rothschild surname over the years has been synonymous with wealth and success. Winemaking traditions in the Rothschild family live since 1868, when James de Rothschild bought the estate Château Lafite. Almost a century later the great-grandson of James - Edmond continued the family tradition by purchasing in 1973, a few estates in the Medoc region. The company "Baron Edmond de Rothschild" was created in order to develop the success achieved by two other familial pearls Bordeaux - Chateau Mouton Rothschild farms and Château Lafite Rothschild. The company "Baron Edmond de Rothschild" is now under the control of the Baron's son - Benjamin, who, like his father, has one sole purpose - to "create high-quality wine at a global level." In 1999, the economy Compagnie Vinicole Baron Edmond de Rothschild acquired 250 hectares of land in Argentina, where, together with Lauren Gode was launched line of wines "Flechas de los Andes". Over time, the company expanded its production in New Zealand, where purchased 26 hectares of vineyards land.