Saint-Emilion

Saint-Emilion can trace its viticultural roots to the Gallo-Roman era. The soils of the ancient village are diverse, but are all dominated by sand, gravel and clay resting upon a limestone plateau, a hill, a hillside, a foothill and a plain. Thanks to their unique qualities, the three varieties of Saint-Emilion reinforce a reputation that is second to none. Merlot, the dominant variety - and locally called "Bouchet" - brings aromas of red and black berries, lending roundness and opulence. Cabernet Franc brings finesse and elegance while Cabernet Sauvignon contributes to longevity.

Saint-Emilion

Saint-Emilion can trace its viticultural roots to the Gallo-Roman era. The soils of the ancient village are diverse, but are all dominated by sand, gravel and clay resting upon a limestone plateau, a hill, a hillside, a foothill and a plain. Thanks to their unique qualities, the three varieties of Saint-Emilion reinforce a reputation that is second to none. Merlot, the dominant variety - and locally called "Bouchet" - brings aromas of red and black berries, lending roundness and opulence. Cabernet Franc brings finesse and elegance while Cabernet Sauvignon contributes to longevity.

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  1. Chateau Figeac 2012

    Bordeaux -
    Saint-Emilion -
    Red

    Varietal : Bordeaux Blend

    Robert Parker : 86-88
    Wine Spectator : 91-94
    Jancis Robinson : 17

    Delivery of Futures early 2015
    $465.96
    ($38.83/Unit)
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