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Chateau du Courlat - Cuvée Jean-Baptiste '2014'

Chateau du Courlat - Cuvée Jean-Baptiste '2014'


The bouquet, light and fresh, reveals notes of red cherries and strawberries. This wine has a powerful and tannic structure. Notes of plum, tobacco and smoke give it more intensity on the finish. A wine whose pleasure evolves over time!

  • Distinctions

    “A very rich and sumptuous Lussac Saint-Émilion, with a multitude of aromas and flavors of ripe black plum and blackberry. The palate presents dense, assertive black fruits with dark, stony tannins. To be enjoyed from 2022.” -James Suckling

    “A sort of symbiosis of red and black fruits. (…) It is slightly creamy, fresh, with a nice tension which gives it passion and fine-grained tannins which give it fullness.” -Yves Beck

  • Descriptif

    Harvest: October 6 to 21

    Area: 14.92 hectares

    Type of soil: loam-clay

    Grape varieties: 100% Merlot

    Aging: 18 months in fine-grained French oak barrels (30% new, 70% wine).

    To decant 1 to 2 hours before serving – to serve at 17/18°C

    Perfect pairing: Duck breasts with orange

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