Marks and reviews
The name of Domaine de La Solitude originates from a rule of the community of the Holy Family: to pray in the silence of solitude. The community moved to the estate in the 19th century. The nuns decide to entrust the wine management of this Pessac-Léognan estate to outside parties. Since 1993, Olivier Bernard has been managing the estate. A very old property in Martillac, Domaine de la Solitude is distinguished by the quality of its wines, offering a fantastic value for money. These wines are accessible in their youth, but also promise a good evolution over years of ageing in bottle.
Domaine de la Solitude is a Pessac-Léognan red wine made from a 30-hectare vineyard that rests on clay and gravel soils.
Vinification and ageing
Sorting on the table. Vatting by gravity. Aged for one year in barrels.
Cabernet Sauvignon (60%)
Petit Verdot (5%)
The bouquet is seductive and generous and exudes black fruit notes.
The rich and suave palate reveals supple tannins along with a fruity and flavoursome aromatic framework.
This Pessac-Léognan red wine can be enjoyed now and can be cellared until around 2029.