St. Emilion Chateau, Bergat 2005: Made predominantly from Merlot and Cabernet Franc, Saint-Émilion wines tend to have a rich, mouth-drying tannic structure, which is balanced by the more juicy characteristics of plum and black cherry fruit, along with chocolate and sweet spice, developing savory tobacco and cedar characteristics with age. Next door to Chateau Trottevielle 1er Grand Cru Classe. Deep ruby core with garnet rim, singing aromas of black fruit. Silky with big amount of blueberries, great texture and a long after taste. Alc 13.5% Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot
St. Emilion Chateau, Bergat 2005
TYPE Still GRAPE
STYLE Red ABV 13.5% SIZE 75cl COUNTRY France
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