Chateau Coufran - full-bodied, full-bodied wine with rich fruity aroma. Cuvee is created from grown in the region O'Medok grape varieties Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The average age of the vines is 50 years. Vinification involves fermentation in terms of thermoregulation in stainless steel tanks and twelve-month aging in French oak barrels. Each year, a quarter used for aging wine barrels replaced with new ones. Wine storage capacity - 10 years.
Start possession family Mial Chateau Kufran dates from 1924 year, when it was handed over to the family in compensation of damage caused by the First World War. By the time the family Mial engaged in providing brokerage services, including working in the sale of wine. It should be noted that the profession of family Mial representatives engaged for a long time, the surviving local archival evidence Eli Mial received a patent for the provision of brokerage services as early as 1793. In the middle of the XIX century Frederick Mial tried to start making wine through their own efforts, but his premature death did not allow this business to develop. Later, his sons Louis and Edward continued the family business, but in a somewhat different direction, namely engaging in investment in other vineyards of the Medoc and working as mediators.
Now run the estate grandchildren Louis - Marie-Cecile and Eric. The vines are grown on 76 hectares of vineyards, located not far from Saint-Estephe Medoc region. His main goal owners Chateau Coufran see wine production optimization to improve the quality of wines produced, focusing on the fact that the grapes grown exclusively in a natural way.