Wine "Cheval Noir" Saint-Emilion, 2015
Wine rich, deep garnet color.
Lovely elegant taste of wine differs silky tannins, hints of red and black fruit, spice, cinnamon framed enveloping tones of oak. The finish is long and fresh.
Pleasant forest shades immediately draw attention to the flavor of the wine, and the tone of toast, honey cakes, black fruit, spice, tobacco and licorice create a feeling of a rich bouquet.
The wine is excellent with red meat, game, grilled meat, spicy cheeses and meats in wine sauce.
Wine "Cheval Noire" made from grape varieties Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grown in the vineyard, which is located in the western part of the region of Saint-Emilion, in the area called Rivalon (Rivalon). 35-year-old vines from which harvested for this wine are grown on sandy soils interspersed with clay. Harvesting is done by hand. Withstand the wine for 18 months in new French oak barrels. In 2009 the company opened a new winery, equipped with the latest technology, it is there, in well-equipped, ventilated basements continued exposure "Cheval Noir". The wine has good storage potential - 8-10 years.
Vintage 2010 was awarded a gold medal at the "Mundus Vini" in 2012 and the status of "Commended" at the contest "Decanter World Wine Awards" in 2013.
In 1937, Mahler-Besse family purchased the estate "Cheval Noire", the name of which translates as "Black Horse". The estate is located on 6 acres of land in the region of Saint-Emilion. Inspired by this acquisition, Mahler-Besse created eponymous line of wines, reflecting the continuous pursuit of professional excellence.
Manor Mahler-Besse occupies 14 hectares of land and is bordered by Fronsac appellation. Family Mahler-Besse known in Bordeaux for over 100 years and now occupies a prominent place in the elite wine of Bordeaux. On the understanding of the principles of winemaking in Malher-Besse says, for example, the fact that knowing the dependence of quality wines on the storage conditions, Mahler-Besse revived the ancient tradition of Bordeaux put on a special bottle neck "collar" on which the year of release of wine from the cellar. For the first buyer is a guarantee that before admission to the sale of wine stored in compliance with all the necessary conditions. With its unique collection of wines and the highest quality, Mahler-Besse, according to Robert Parker, is "the largest in the Bordeaux negociant."