Marks and reviews
Chateau Moulin de La Rose owes its name to an 18th-century mill that is poised on the site where the chateau currently lies. Situated in the midst of the Grands Crus Classes of Saint-Julien, Moulin de La Rose reveals one of the most beautiful expressions of this terroir.
Chateau Moulin de La Rose 2021 is a Saint-Julien wine that stems from a 5.15-hectare vineyard, whose vines are 35 years old on average and planted on Garonne gravel.
Vinification and aging
The hand-picked grapes are sorted in the vineyard before being vinified in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats. Vatting time lasts approximately 3 weeks. The wine is aged in barrels (30% new) for 20 months, with 7 rackings.
This wine showcases a beautiful violet color.
The nose combines powerful fragrances of strawberry, blackcurrant and quince.
The attack is rich and powerful. Full while revealing a subtle minerality, the palate harmoniously combines refined Merlots with powerful Cabernets.