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Château Saint Robert 2015

This 2015 vintage offers a beautiful brilliant, intense colour with ruby tints. It is a greedy wine which from the first nose brings us scents of vanilla and black fruits (blackcurrant, blackberry). 

On the palate, particularly velvety, it offers flavours of black fruit and spices. Nice balance for this charming wine.

Château Saint Robert
€13.00
VAT included

Points de distinctions

L’avis de notre expert

2015 is a good year in Graves red

"The vintage has aged well while retaining subtle notes of black fruit. It can perfectly be enjoyed today to accompany a piece of meat."

Margaux Reeder

Vintage 2015

The end of spring and the beginning of summer were marked by high temperatures which left traces of stress in the vines. Fortunately, a rainy episode allowed the veraison nevertheless this is also what prevented this vintage from being described as exceptional. The 2015 vintage is the best since 2010, its strength is its freshness which gives it an unparalleled elegance.


Beautiful shiny, intense colour with ruby glints.

An expressive nose of vanilla and black fruits (blackcurrant, blackberry).

The mouth is particularly velvety and offers flavours of black fruits and spices. Nice balance for this charming wine.

Freshness

Fruity
Freshness
Slightly spicy

Echelle de degustation

Fruity
80
Spicy
40
Light
60

Comment le servir ?

Viande

Braised beef

Fromage

Tomme de brebis

Poisson

Roast monkfish with bacon

Légumes

Pan-fried grilled vegetables

Desserts

Chocolate pear

Château Saint Robert 2015

99% Merlot

1% Cabernet Sauvignon

Appellation :
AOP Graves
Centilisation :
75 cl
Degré d'alcool :
14 %
Millésime :
2015
Cépages :
20 years
Garde :
7 years
Château Saint Robert 2015

Guide Hachette des Vins 2019

Note: 1 étoile

Le Château Saint Robert

Château Saint-Robert is located in Pujols-sur-Ciron, 45km from Bordeaux. The Ciron, which flows a few kilometres from the property, favours 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.