Wine "Chateau de Lavison"
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Wine dark burgundy color with garnet hue.
Pleasant, balanced taste of wine differs little tartness, low acidity and a long fruity-spicy aftertaste.
Aromatic palette of wine filled with tones of red currant, cherry, grape, light nuances of cloves, anise, licorice and cedar.
Great couple to wine will be different kinds of cheese, as well as snacks and pies.
Chateau Redon, 2010 - red dry wine produced from crops with vines aged about 40 years. In the blend of wine at a fraction Merlot accounts for three quarters of the total, while the remaining quarter divided Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, whose proportions vary depending on the vintage. Vintage 2010 retains the ancient traditions of French winemakers, has a rich flavor and definitely meet your expectations. Term wine storage - 5-8 years. In 2007, the "Concours Des Grands Vins de France Macon" vintage 2004 won the bronze medal.
Château Redon - one of the many small wineries of the region of Saint-Emilion, famous for its excellent wines. Light soil silicon area ideal for growing grapes, the total area of vineyards Chateau is about 7 hectares. The average annual capacity - 42,000 bottles. Mechanized harvest and vinification process takes place in stainless steel tanks. Next wines are aged in French oak barrels to acquire a wealth of lavish taste. Château Redon part of the co-operative Union de Producteurs de Saint-Emilion.