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Château L'Escadre 2016 Grande Réserve - Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux Château L'Escadre 2016 Grande Réserve - Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

Wine Enthusiast 91 pts.

 

Ripe, dense and perfumed, this wine offers rich blackberry fruits and generous tannins. 

It is a structured wine, firm but with swathes of fruit.

 

Domain:

 

The Carreau family, now in their 7th generation are, since 1832, owners of Chateau L’ Escadre. 

The chateau is comprised of 60 Hectares and is located on the hillsides overlooking the Gironde river, in the heart of the “Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux” appellation.

The family motto is to respect and adhere to proven traditional ways in producing great wines while continuously seeking to improve one’s knowledge and applying improved techniques where warranted. 

Sebastien Carreau is in charge of wine making and Nicolas Carreau is in charge of managing the property and marketing. 

 

Technical Sheet:

 

Blend:  70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec

Soil:  Clay and limestone

Average age of vines:  25 years

Area for this wine:  30 hectares

Average yield:  55 hl / hectare

Vilification:  Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation 

Ageing:  10 months in oak barrels for two to five wines. 

S$32.95 2
Château L'Escadre 2016 Grande Réserve - Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux Château L'Escadre 2016 Grande Réserve - Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

Wine Enthusiast 91 pts.

 

Ripe, dense and perfumed, this wine offers rich blackberry fruits and generous tannins. 

It is a structured wine, firm but with swathes of fruit.

 

Domain:

 

The Carreau family, now in their 7th generation are, since 1832, owners of Chateau L’ Escadre. 

The chateau is comprised of 60 Hectares and is located on the hillsides overlooking the Gironde river, in the heart of the “Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux” appellation.

The family motto is to respect and adhere to proven traditional ways in producing great wines while continuously seeking to improve one’s knowledge and applying improved techniques where warranted. 

Sebastien Carreau is in charge of wine making and Nicolas Carreau is in charge of managing the property and marketing. 

 

Technical Sheet:

 

Blend:  70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec

Soil:  Clay and limestone

Average age of vines:  25 years

Area for this wine:  30 hectares

Average yield:  55 hl / hectare

Vilification:  Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation 

Ageing:  10 months in oak barrels for two to five wines. 

S$32.95 2
Château L'Escadre 2016 Grande Réserve - Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

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Wine Code: FD0201

Wine Enthusiast 91 pts.   Ripe, dense and perfumed, this wine offers rich blackberry fruits and generous tannins.  It is a structured wine, firm but with swathes of fruit.   Domain: ..
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Wine Enthusiast 91 pts.

 

Ripe, dense and perfumed, this wine offers rich blackberry fruits and generous tannins. 

It is a structured wine, firm but with swathes of fruit.

 

Domain:

 

The Carreau family, now in their 7th generation are, since 1832, owners of Chateau L’ Escadre. 

The chateau is comprised of 60 Hectares and is located on the hillsides overlooking the Gironde river, in the heart of the “Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux” appellation.

The family motto is to respect and adhere to proven traditional ways in producing great wines while continuously seeking to improve one’s knowledge and applying improved techniques where warranted. 

Sebastien Carreau is in charge of wine making and Nicolas Carreau is in charge of managing the property and marketing. 

 

Technical Sheet:

 

Blend:  70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec

Soil:  Clay and limestone

Average age of vines:  25 years

Area for this wine:  30 hectares

Average yield:  55 hl / hectare

Vilification:  Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation 

Ageing:  10 months in oak barrels for two to five wines. 

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