Wine Chateau Joanin Becot, Cotes de Castillon AOC, 2008
Wine rich ruby color.
Pleasant dry wine with balanced acidity, smooth texture and intense flavor palette with hints of black fruit and berries (cherries, blueberries) on a background of elegant finish with hints of chocolate.
The wine is clean, rich flavor, drop hints of black cherry, berries, plums and licorice nuances of vanilla and a hint of smoke.
The wine is recommended to serve venison and red meat, cooked on the grill. Superbly reveal your taste accompaniment meats, aged cheeses and grilled vegetables.
The estate was purchased Joanin Becot Beco family in 2001. Selecting Juliette Beko fell on this area because of its unique terroir. Since then, under the guidance of oenologist Michel Rolland here to create a truly excellent wine. Juliette itself refers to the vineyard as a favorite garden comparing vines with delicate flowers, caring and protecting them.
Chateau Beau-Cezhur Beco is today one of the leading wineries in Saint-Emilion, located in the heart appellasona, next to the Old Town. Economy received in 1955 the status of "1er Grand Cru Classe" (Class B), but lost it after thirty years due to the fact that the then-owner Michelle Beco expanded their holdings by buying neighboring farms are not included in the classification of Grand Cru Classe. However, he did his best to its high quality wine estate in 1996 regained elite status. At the moment, the castle owned about 20 hectares of vineyards, located in the northwestern part of appellasona on calcareous soils. The average age of the vines 40 years, the ratio of cultivated grape varieties: 70% - Merlot 24% - Cabernet Franc, 6% - Cabernet Sauvignon. Wine 18-20 months maturing oak barriques, 50-70% of which - new. Today the economy is controlled sons Michel Beco - Gerard and Dominique.