Wine Chateau de la Cour d'Argent, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
Dark ruby color.
The taste of wine is strong and balanced, rich and full of fruit notes, with well integrated tannins, subtle notes of vanilla and charred wood, long caressing finish.
Complex aroma of wine is filled with tones of ripe red fruits and dried fruits, hints of blackberry, vanilla, spices, coffee beans and licorice.
The wine is excellent in combination with steak, grilled lamb, meat, grilled cheese (Gouda, Brie, Camembert).
Wine Chateau de la Cour d'Argent is created from grapes harvested in Saint-Emilion with vines over 35 years. The grapes are harvested by hand, followed by cold maceration. Continuous fermentation for 30 days at a controlled temperature held in stainless steel containers. Aging wine in barriques annual lasts at least 14 months.
Ratings and awards Chateau de la Cour d'Argent:
- Gold medal at the competition in Los Angeles - 2008 harvest;
- Gold medal at the competition Vignerons Indépendants - harvest 2005 and 2007;
- Gold medal at the competition in Bordeaux - Harvest 2004;
- Also, the wine was included in the top 5 of Bordeaux in 2008.
Saint-Emilion - a small, but well-known and frequently visited tourist attraction in the region of Bordeaux. The town was built in the Romanesque-Gothic style and is famous for its huge cellars and fine wines. Castle Chateau de la Cour d'Argent belongs Since its founding family Barraud (Barro). To date, ownership Barrot has 36 hectares of vineyards, which are located in different regions of Bordeaux. The average age of the vines is 35 years, and the density of planting 5,500 stretching / ha. The soils are improved by using only organic materials.