Vintage 2016

Chateau Saint George Cote Pavie, Saint-Emilion

Product Code: JP3716RC

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
13.5
FRANCE
12
Cork
Jean Pierre Moueix
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Château Saint Georges Côte Pavie can be cellared for a number of years, particularly in great vintages."			
			
			

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"The vineyard, planted on south-facing clay-limestone and molasse soil, is tilled meticulously under each vine foot. During the growing season, green harvesting helps to manage yields and leaf-thinning to optimize the concentration of sugar in the grapes. After a manual harvest and gentle vinification, the wine is aged in French oak barrels, of which a third are new. This proportion allows the wine to preserve its natural elegance, body and distinction. Château Saint Georges Côte Pavie can be cellared for a number of years, particularly in great vintages."

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