Vintage 2018

Château Peymouton, Saint-Émilion Grand Cru

Product Code: JP6018RC

Tasting Notes

ruby red with an intense, complex nose presenting notes of cherry, strawberry and blond tobacco. The palate is powerful and inviting with smooth, silky tannins.

Profile

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
14.5
FRANCE
12
Cork
Jean Pierre Moueix
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"Château Chantalouette is the second wine of Château de Sales. Owned by the same family for over five centuries, the 116 acre estate is the largest in the appellation and boasts the only true castle of Pomerol. Traditional practices in the vineyard, such as horse-ploughing and hand-harvesting, followed by meticulous winemaking, lead to beautifully crafted wines that are expressive of their terroir. Traditional racking and light egg white fining help to preserve the brightness of the fruit."

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