Château L'Art de Maison Neuve, Montagne-Saint-Emilion 2015
Dark colour, bouquet of raspberry, blackcurrant and cherry. Fruity taste with soft tannins, pleasant finish. Aged in oak barrels, 100% Merlot (old vines).
Winemaker and vineyard: Montagne Saint-Émilion is most of the vineyards that Michel Coudroy inherited from his ancestors and that he now cultivates with his son Emmanuel. The vineyards grow on calcareous soil and face to the south-west. From this appellation, Michel Coudroy selects the best grapes from the old Merlot vines and devotes a special attention to the vinification and the ageing in one-year-old oak barrels. The wine can be kept up to 15 years. The result is truly an “Art de Maison Neuve”, the masterpiece of Château de Maison Neuve.
Tasting: The wine is unique, you will recognize its charm quickly even at a blind test. L’Art de Maison Neuve has a purple colour, concentrated flavours with a lot of different notes like red berries and vanilla. In the mouth, it has a slightly spiced, fleshy and well-structured taste, and offers a long finish.
Service: Serve it at a room temperature of 18°C with red meats, wild dishes or roast; always good with fine cheese!
|Storage advice||Cellaring up to 10 years|
|Consumption guidelines||Drink between 16 and 18°C.|
|Producer||Michel Coudroy, SCEA Vignobles M. Coudroy, 33290 Montagne, France|
|Bottling||Mis en bouteille au Château|
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Its colour is a beautiful bright red, the nose is very aromatic with notes of red fruits, liquorice and spices. All the maturity of cabernet sauvignon is felt in the mouth with silky tannins that associates with the roundness of the Merlot. The palate is dense. A beautiful fruity length, this wine marks down by its balance and structure.
Wonderful red colour with purple undertone. Very scented nose with fragrance of coffee, mocha, violet, blackberry, blackcurrant and a touch of cinnamon. The palate reveals tastes of dark chocolate, candied fruits and kirsch with notes of oak. A classy wine with a good aging potential.
Medium to deep garnet-purple in colour, the 2017 Branaire-Ducru gives up plum preserves, baked blackcurrants, kirsch and boysenberries with hints of earth, tobacco, herbs and pencil lead. Medium-bodied, the palate is fresh and clean with herbal sparks and a slight chew to the texture, finishing savoury. robertparker.com
“Wonderful blend of syrah, carignan and grenache with a reddish-black colour. (…) flawless structure with a light wood aroma (…) garrigue, peppermint and fresh, acidulous blackberry soften the strong tannins. With Marie-Pierre Iché’s personal touch, the baron becomes a prince.” (Guide Hachette 2017, vin remarquable)
50% Carignan, 40% Grenache noir, 10% Syrah
“(…) Deep garnet-purple in color, it has an earthy/meaty nose with a core of black plums and blackberries plus touches of eucalypt and anise. The medium-bodied palate is just a little lean and chewy with an earthy finish.” WA 91 (The Wine Advocate)
60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot, 7% Petit Verdot, 6% Cabernet Franc
Dark robe; its nose evokes at first fresh fruits aromas then develops towards a touch of spice. It is charming in their straight forward spontaneity. Its flavour is both firm and well-rounded, brought out by a good acidity and fine tannins.
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