The 2014 vintage year produced undeniably balanced wines, with delicate tannins and rich aromas. The 2014 Chateau Figeac conveys the unique character of Saint-Emilion Premier Cru Classe’s soils. The wine shows precision, harmony, and elegance with intense red fruits and spices scents. The vibrant palate offers lovely accord. The forward attack evolves into fullness on the mid-palate, bringing creaminess to the texture. The remarkably defined and mineral tannins truly reflect the quality of Cabernets. Described as “the most representative of Medoc vintages from Saint-Emilion,” the 2014 Chateau Figeac is 32% Cabernet Sauvignon (which makes for a unique cru), 40% Merlot, and 28% Cabernet Franc. The finish is fresh, powerful, and fruity: a serious wine with great prospects.