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Petit Verdot by Belle-Vue 2019

Petit Verdot by Belle-Vue 2019
$228 a case of 12 Bottles (750ML) | $19 / Unit
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    A fresh and aromatic single-variety wine from Haut-Medoc

    The estate
    Acquired by Vincent Mulliez in 2004, Chateau Belle-Vue boasts an exceptional terroir, whose history has defined the quality of Bordeaux wines. This Haut-Medoc estate, near Margaux is located on the left bank of Bordeaux.

    The vineyard
    The 14-hectare vineyard of Chateau Belle-Vue is carefully cultivated. This area stands out for a high proportion of petit verdot, which represents 20% of the vineyard's grape plantings. This is, indeed, rare in Bordeaux, setting Chateau Belle-Vue apart from the rest with a wine that is made exclusively with Petit Verdot grapes. This wine is produced from a terroir with dry palus soils upon an ancient island of the Garonne. The vineyard is certified for High Environmental Value.

    The winemaking
    Cold maceration for 10 days. No pressing. Post-fermentation maceration at high temperature (28 ° C), for 20 days.

    The aging
    25% in traditional Italian amphora, 25% in new 400L Austrian oak barrels, 25% in barrels of two previous wines and 25% in barrels of three previous wines. Aging from 14 to 16 months.

    The blend
    Petit Verdot

    The tasting
    The Petit Verdot by Belle-Vue 2019 is aged in amphora and oak barrel, resulting in a wine that combines freshness and the aromatic complexity typical of petit verdot.

    Bordeaux
    Grape varieties
    Petit Verdot

    Dessert wine
    No

    Country
    France

    Vineyard
    Bordeaux

    Region
    Bordeaux

    Appellation
    Bordeaux

    Color
    Red

    Producer
    Chateau Belle-Vue

    Allergens
    Contains sulfites

    On Special
    No

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