Wine Chateau L'Ermitage, "Sainte Cecile", 2012
Expressive wine ruby color with purple reflections.
The wine has a full, balanced flavor with hints of ripe fruit and spices that go into a pleasant aftertaste.
The aroma of wine abounds shades of anise, pepper, spices, black tea, red currants, blackberries and other berries.
Wine with red meat, beef, veal, lamb, roasted meat, grilled meat, seasoned cheeses.
A blend of red wine "Sainte Cecile" consists of three grape varieties - Syrah, Mourvedre, Grenache, which is grown on the best soils Koster de Nimes. The average age of the vines - 35 years. To balance the tannins and anthocyanins, carried out in the traditional fermentation for 15 days. 15% of the wine is kept in new oak barrels to keep the subtlety of taste and flavor of the original grapes. "San Cecil" 2010 harvest can be drunk now or within the next five years.
Winery Chateau L'Ermitage is located on the southern Rhone Valley in the southern appellasone Koster de Nimes. Past 30 years, the economy managed by brothers Michael and Jerome Castillon. In the vineyards with a total area of 80 hectares with a Mediterranean climate and pebbly soils grow traditional varieties of grapes of the Rhone Valley - Syrah, Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Viognier, Mourvèdre and Russan. At Chateau L'Ermitazh carefully monitor the selection of grapes, control the yield and quality of berries. Due to the temperature control at the stage of maturation and storage, the wine becomes balanced in taste and flavor, different soft tannins. Wine is kept in "FUDR" and in new oak barrels, which give the wine a wonderful aroma. Brothers Michel and Jerome Castillon constantly experimenting with their wines to further improve the taste and aroma.