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Château Saint Robert 2018

This wine seduces us with its beautiful ruby colour and its spicy, fresh nose with blackcurrant aromas. The mouth is straightforward, fresh and spicy with hints of nutmeg, hazelnut and fresh red fruit. The terroir is still marked by the ample, clean and spicy palate.

€13.00
VAT included

Points de distinctions

L’avis de notre expert

A greedy vintage!

"With its crunchy fruit and supple tannins, the 2018 vintage is a wine that is easy to drink and very tasty".

Damien Gaïato

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 the very famous saying goes, "after the rain, comes the good weather"! The sun finally came back for good and stopped the mildew and produced mature and aromatic berries which gave a great vintage.


Brilliant, intense colour with ruby reflections.

Aromas of blackcurrant enhanced by spicy scents.

Marked notes of fresh red berries accompanied by vanilla and hazelnut. In the mouth the wine is straight and fresh, well-balanced.

Red Fruit

Spicy
Red Fruit
Freshness

Echelle de degustation

Red Fruit
100
Spicy
40
Freshness
50

Comment le servir ?

Viande

Grilled meats

Fromage

Fresh goat's cheese, soft cheeses light in taste

Poisson

Steamed red mullet

Légumes

Tian of spring vegetables

Desserts

Dark chocolate mousse

Château Saint Robert 2018

99% Merlot

1% Cabernet Sauvignon

Appellation :
AOP Graves
Centilisation :
75 cl
Degré d'alcool :
13.5 %
Millésime :
2018
Cépages :
20 years
Garde :
7 years
Château Saint Robert 2018

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.