Château Saint Robert Poncet Deville 2011
The 2011 vintage reveals a pretty intense ruby red colour with an expressive nose of fruit (strawberry) mixed with notes of toasted bread crust. Beautiful supple attack with silky and elegant tannins opening up to an aromatic hint of mocha. A wine without excess all in roundness and finesse with a nice acidity on the finish which promises a good future.
Points de distinctions
L’avis de notre expert
"For the Poncet-Deville cuvée, remember to decant your wine so that it can fully express itself. This 2011 vintage will be even better!"
Another early year. This year's weather conditions were particularly favourable to the vine's vegetative cycle and grape ripening despite pronounced water stress in July. The end of July and August saw cooler temperatures with less sunshine. generous. After a wet beginning of September, the back season was very nice.
Intense ruby red colour
Delicate fruit scents such as strawberry with toasted bread. Very greedy.
Beautiful supple attack with silky and elegant tannins opening onto an aromatic hint of mocha. A wine without excess all in roundness and finesse with a nice acidity on the finish.
Comment le servir ?
Monkfish tagine with fennel
40% Cabernet Sauvignon
The 2011 vintage, a success!
This vintage was described as having an "elegant profile" by the Revue du Vin de France in 2012. Even today it has lost none of its splendour.
Note: 2 étoiles
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.