AOC Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux
"Since the acquisition of Château Saint Paul, we have undertaken major restructuring work in the vineyard and the construction of a new vat room.
All this in order to take advantage of the exceptional terroir of this château and produce a high quality wine.
I strive to make wines that respect my values, namely according to rigorous methods with a touch of originality.
Our wine offers an aromatic palette worthy of the quality of the terroir. "
A legacy from generation to generation for a hundred years.
The friendly and family atmosphere has continued over the years.
The employees have always been proud to be able to feel fully integrated and pampered within the vineyard.
A Family Vineyard
In 2017, we undertook heavy work in the vineyard.
A modernization of the premises appeared to us as obvious.
In our view, it was necessary to set up a modern, functional and sustainable winemaking system.
To do this, we have developed our cellar and our vat room by restructuring it, while preserving the existing buildings and their history.
To allow the terroir to deliver the best of its potential, we use winemaking techniques combining modernity and traditions.
In particular, we have set up new stainless steel vats which guarantee qualitative fermentation and maceration.
Since we wanted to connect our offices in this beautiful area and we continue to refine the strategic details to streamline delivery systems, harvest and many others.
APPELLATION AND TERROIR
AOP BLAYE CÔTES DE BORDEAUX
Limestone and clay soils:
"Located in the heart of the village of Saint Paul, the vineyard benefits from a beautiful sunshine on clay-limestone soils."
Château Saint Paul has a garnet color with ruby reflections. The nose opens up to offer aromas of blackcurrant, cherry and exotic spices. On tasting, this wine is rich and mellow, with powerful but balanced tannins and a delicious fruity finish.
30% CABERNET SAUVIGNON
10-13 ° GUARD
15-16 ° OF SERVICE
This red wine is produced using traditional Bordeaux wine-making methods, with a long maceration in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature to enhance the flavors of the fruit. The 12-month aging in French oak barrels brings balance and fine tannins to this wine.
FOOD AND WINE AGREEMENT
This wine goes perfectly with:
an entrecote, a duck confit, a Landes salad, smoked ham, tempura shrimps, Basque-style tuna, yakitori chicken skewers, a savory cake with goat cheese and zucchini, a Normandy Camembert