Wine Chateau Talbot St-Julien AOC, 4-me Grand Cru Classe, 2001
Cabernet Sauvignon: 66%, Merlot: 26%, Petit Verdot: 5%, Cabernet Franc: 3%
Vintages and volumes
Wine rich ruby-purple color.
The wine has a pleasant taste with a soft, silky tannins and a fresh, colorful currant notes and minerals. Tannin structure is very beautiful.
The wine has a sweet aroma with notes of tobacco, berries and currants.
The wine goes well with meat and game, as well as cheeses.
Wine Chateau Talbot is named after the eponymous chateau, where a tiny town located Beshevel vineyards Cordier. The average age of the vines is 35 years, and a favorable climate, the proximity of the river Gironde and unique soils provide ideal conditions for growing grapes.
The grapes for the Château Talbot made only by hand and carefully sorted before you get to the press. Wine is aged for 16-18 months in French oak barrels, 50% of which are updated annually. With this wine better "breathing" and become more rounded and acquiring the taste subtle tones of undergrowth. The wine has the potential exposure until 2015, but it can be drunk now.