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Les Tourelles de Saint Robert 2018

The Tourelles de Saint-Robert 2018 offers a deep and intense purple color. The nose, fine and elegant, reveals notes of black cherries and blackcurrant. Then, the second nose develops sweet smoky and liquorice aromas. On the palate, the wine is supple and round with a long and strong pleasant finish. 

€8.50
VAT included

Points de distinctions

L’avis de notre expert

Les Tourelles 2018

"What's nice about this wine is that it can be drunk young, but it also has excellent ageing potential."

Damien Gaïatto

Vintage 2018

The year 2018 was certainly less complicated than 2017, but it was still necessary to remain on guard to ensure a good harvest. The hailstorms in May were closely followed by the appearance of mildew which proliferated following heavy rainfall in spring and early summer. Finally, as this very famous saying goes "after the rain, the good weather"! The sun finally came back for good and allowed to stop the mildiou and to obtain mature and aromatic berries which gave a great vintage.


Intense and deep purple color.

Black cherry and blackcurrant scents. A slight note of smoke and liquorice completes the nose of this wine.

Supple and elegant we find the aromas of black fruits, smoke and spices. A beautiful finish

Fruity

Spicy
Fruity
Elegant

Echelle de degustation

Spicy
80
Fruity
60
Tannins
50

Comment le servir ?

Viande

Grilled meats, roast beef

Fromage

Fresh goat cheese, saint-nectaire

Poisson

Légumes

Tian of spring vegetables

Desserts

Chocolate Moelleux

Les Tourelles de Saint...

89% Merlot

11% Cabernet Sauvignon

Appellation :
AOP Graves
Centilisation :
75cl
Degré d'alcool :
14%
Millésime :
2018
Cépages :
20 ans
Garde :
7 ans
Les Tourelles de Saint...

Le Château Saint Robert

Château Saint-Robert is located in Pujols-sur-Ciron, 45km from Bordeaux. The Ciron, which flows a few kilometers from the property, favors the formation of morning mists in autumn. The estate is close to the prestigious Crus Classés de Barsac (Château Climens and Château Coutet), and not far from the Grands Crus of Pessac Léognan.