Wine Chateau La Clare, Medoc AOC Cru bourgeois, 2001
The wine has a deep garnet color rubiiovy.
The wine has a velvety, full-bodied flavor, ripe tannins and good structure.
Chateau La Clare has blackcurrant aroma with notes of ripe fruit and a bay leaf.
The wine is perfect to roast beef, roast lamb, turkey, hot foie gras, eggs and hard cheeses.
Chateau La Clare, Medoc - dry red wine, which sets off the great taste of roast beef, roast lamb, turkey and other meat dishes, as well as omelets and hard cheeses. Intense garnet ruby color caresses opinion, blackcurrant aroma with notes of ripe fruit conjures up images of a summer evening, and velvety taste of this wine makes it possible to savor forever. In the production of Chateau La Clare Medoc Cru Bourgeois used grape varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Chateau La Clare 2001 entered the top 100 wines of the Medoc Cru Bourgeois of the region according to the Revue Des Vins De France.
Medoc Cru Bourgeois - a classification of wine, which was first used in 1932 to promote the wineries. It includes only 444 wineries.
Classification applies to estates located in one of the 8 appellasonov Medoc, which are not included in the classifier 1855
Medoc Cru Bourgeois is a guarantee of quality and allows you to promote products are not the most popular chateau.