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Château Haut Surget 2016 - Lalande de Pomerol - Gold Medal Château Haut Surget 2016 - Lalande de Pomerol - Gold Medal

Very well balanced, round and supple with a long finish (70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc & 15% Cabernet Sauvignon).

Fruity mouth with smooth tannins and a pleasant freshness.

 

Food pairing:  Grilled meat, paté, spicy food, pork, cheese...

 

Serving temperature: 18°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Remarkable for its fruity taste and its flexibility, true reflection of his gravelly soil.

This wine has been aged in tanks which allowed him to keep all the natural flavors of ripe grapes. 

 

History:

 

Lalande de Pomerol lies just North of Pomerol across the little Barbanne stream.

The soils are richer here with more clay and a cooler climate due to the proximity with the Dordogne river.

Until 1928, wine growers here could label their wines as Pomerol but when the boundaries were created this was no longer possible.

The official appellation was granted in 1954.

The top wines from this appellation can still rival with the wines of Pomerol, especially those grown in the sandy soils near the town of Libourne.

Like Pomerol, the principal variety is Merlot and the best vineyards are found in the commune of Néac.

Deep soils of clay and gravel provide very good growing conditions.

With almost 1,100 hectares of vines in Lalande, it is a little larger than Pomerol.

 

Vineyard:

 

Surface : 35 hectares

Soil : clay and old sandy soils

 

Grape variety:

 

Merlot 70 %

Cabernet Franc 15%

Cabernet Sauvignon 15%

Average age of vines is 35 years

 

Vinification:

 

Traditional vinification in thermo-regulated tanks (4-5 weeks of maceration) after a total picking off and a light pressing according to the harvest potential.

Maturing during 12 months in 33% new barrels and the rest in old barrels or tank.

 

 
S$36.95 30
Château Haut Surget 2016 - Lalande de Pomerol - Gold Medal Château Haut Surget 2016 - Lalande de Pomerol - Gold Medal

Very well balanced, round and supple with a long finish (70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc & 15% Cabernet Sauvignon).

Fruity mouth with smooth tannins and a pleasant freshness.

 

Food pairing:  Grilled meat, paté, spicy food, pork, cheese...

 

Serving temperature: 18°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Remarkable for its fruity taste and its flexibility, true reflection of his gravelly soil.

This wine has been aged in tanks which allowed him to keep all the natural flavors of ripe grapes. 

 

History:

 

Lalande de Pomerol lies just North of Pomerol across the little Barbanne stream.

The soils are richer here with more clay and a cooler climate due to the proximity with the Dordogne river.

Until 1928, wine growers here could label their wines as Pomerol but when the boundaries were created this was no longer possible.

The official appellation was granted in 1954.

The top wines from this appellation can still rival with the wines of Pomerol, especially those grown in the sandy soils near the town of Libourne.

Like Pomerol, the principal variety is Merlot and the best vineyards are found in the commune of Néac.

Deep soils of clay and gravel provide very good growing conditions.

With almost 1,100 hectares of vines in Lalande, it is a little larger than Pomerol.

 

Vineyard:

 

Surface : 35 hectares

Soil : clay and old sandy soils

 

Grape variety:

 

Merlot 70 %

Cabernet Franc 15%

Cabernet Sauvignon 15%

Average age of vines is 35 years

 

Vinification:

 

Traditional vinification in thermo-regulated tanks (4-5 weeks of maceration) after a total picking off and a light pressing according to the harvest potential.

Maturing during 12 months in 33% new barrels and the rest in old barrels or tank.

 

 
S$36.95 30
Château Haut Surget 2016 - Lalande de Pomerol - Gold Medal

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Château Haut Surget 2016 - Lalande de Pomerol - Gold Medal

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Wine Code: FD0039

Very well balanced, round and supple with a long finish (70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc & 15% Cabernet Sauvignon). Fruity mouth with smooth tannins and a pleasant freshness.   Food pairing:  ..
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Very well balanced, round and supple with a long finish (70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc & 15% Cabernet Sauvignon).

Fruity mouth with smooth tannins and a pleasant freshness.

 

Food pairing:  Grilled meat, paté, spicy food, pork, cheese...

 

Serving temperature: 18°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Remarkable for its fruity taste and its flexibility, true reflection of his gravelly soil.

This wine has been aged in tanks which allowed him to keep all the natural flavors of ripe grapes. 

 

History:

 

Lalande de Pomerol lies just North of Pomerol across the little Barbanne stream.

The soils are richer here with more clay and a cooler climate due to the proximity with the Dordogne river.

Until 1928, wine growers here could label their wines as Pomerol but when the boundaries were created this was no longer possible.

The official appellation was granted in 1954.

The top wines from this appellation can still rival with the wines of Pomerol, especially those grown in the sandy soils near the town of Libourne.

Like Pomerol, the principal variety is Merlot and the best vineyards are found in the commune of Néac.

Deep soils of clay and gravel provide very good growing conditions.

With almost 1,100 hectares of vines in Lalande, it is a little larger than Pomerol.

 

Vineyard:

 

Surface : 35 hectares

Soil : clay and old sandy soils

 

Grape variety:

 

Merlot 70 %

Cabernet Franc 15%

Cabernet Sauvignon 15%

Average age of vines is 35 years

 

Vinification:

 

Traditional vinification in thermo-regulated tanks (4-5 weeks of maceration) after a total picking off and a light pressing according to the harvest potential.

Maturing during 12 months in 33% new barrels and the rest in old barrels or tank.

 

 

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