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Chateau Ducluzeau Bordeaux 2014 (6-pack) 2014
  • Classic Bordeaux
  • Notes of liquorice, rose, plum and blackberry
  • Matured in French oak

Chateau Ducluzeau Bordeaux 2014 (6-pack) 2014 x6

$300.00

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Product Code: RX7894
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Powerful, the palate reveals a fleshy wine supported by tight tannins that will ensure a high guard.

Wine Region

BORDEAUX

Drink Until

2021

Varieties

78% Merlot, 22% Cabernet Sauvignon

Foods

To serve with grilled red meat, game and cheeses.

Oak

French Oak

Colour

Garnet red with a slightly crimson tint.

Nose

Flattering and greedy, its bouquet delivers aromas of ripe red fruit with hints of chocolate, toasted and vanilla.

Palate

Powerful, the palate reveals a fleshy wine supported by tight tannins that will ensure a high guard.

Background

Winemaking process : Alcoholic fermentation is managed at relatively low temperatures (between 26 and 28°) to optimise the fruity aromas of the wine. Pumping-over is gentle to avoid extracting too many tannins and obtain a pleasant fattiness. Malolactic fermentation of the free run wine and the press-wine (pneumatic pressing) takes place in vats for optimal control. The wine is barrelled in Bordeaux barrels (225L, French oak) immediately after blend selection with10 to 20% new barrels according to the vintage.

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