Wine Chateau Bois Pertuis, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
Dark ruby-red color with purple reflection.
Perfectly balanced wine has a soft, silky, classic taste with velvety tannins and delicate shades of ripe dark fruit (cherries, plums) in the frame of the nuances of smoke and mocha. The wine has a pleasant persistent aftertaste.
In the palette of flavors dominate the wine tones of ripe red fruit, guessed delightful notes of blueberry, blackberry and vanilla.
The wine is best combined with cold meats and meat pies, pasta with meat ragout, meatballs of beef or pork with fried mushrooms, as well as other meat dishes.
Chateau Bois Pertuis (Chateau Bois Pertuis) is located in the north of the Bordeaux region and its terroir, until recently, was not too attractive to wine producers, although the area around Saint-Emilion, where there are Chateau Bois Pertuis, has always been famous winemaking. Bernard Magrez, the current owner of Chateau Bois Pertuis, saw terroir Chateau certain potential and acquired the castle is the purpose of growing grapes and making wine. Today, there are two wines produced in the Bois Pertuis - this red "Chateau Bois Pertuis" and wine "Excellence de Bois Pertuis" (or Cuvees d'Exception), is created from Merlot, hand-picked from the best vines of Chateau.