Clementin De Pape Clement 2014, Pessac-Leognan


Grand Vin de Bordeaux
Size: 750ml

Grape Varieties:

50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc

Tasting Notes:

Sight: Dark red Smell: Attractive smoked notes Taste: Elegant and refined with a good tannic structure. An intense, refined wine with a rich and broad bouquet, structured tannins and the complexity of its appellation.

Food Pairing:

Cooked meats, seasonal quiches. Red meats, game, dishes in sauce.

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Château Pape Clément is one of the oldest properties in Bordeaux. The vineyard was first planted in the 13th century by Bertrand de Goth, the youngest son of a noble family from Bordeaux. He was the Archbishop of Bordeaux and became Pope in 1305, then took the name of Clément V. The vineyard was run by the Bordeaux Archbishopry until the French Revolution. The estate can take pride in the production of wine in the same
vineyards for over 7 centuries.

Appellation: Pessac Léognan
Age of the vines : 30 years
Soil : Clay gravels dating back to the end of the Pliocene epoch and the Quaternary period.




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