Wine Chateau La Garricq, Moulis-en-Medoc AOC, 2007
Wine dense purple color with purple hues.
The taste of wine is soft, rounded, well-balanced, with notes of black fruit, blueberry and oak, with flexible texture and long finish.
The wine has a spicy aroma with notes of elderberry intertwined and black pepper.
The wine is ideal for braised duck with mushrooms, pate, meat dishes. Especially good is combined with meat or sausages on the grill.
Chateau La Garricq - elegant, rounded wine made from a blend of three grape varieties - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Each grape variety harvested separately. Thus, for the 2007 vintage Merlot collected from September 24 to October 4, Cabernet Sauvignon - from 5 to 12 October, and Petit Verdot - from 5 to 6 October. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks, malolactic fermentation took place in barriques. Postfermentatsionnaya maceration lasted 25-30 days. Withstands wine 12 months in French oak barrels (90%) and American oak (10%), 30% of the barrels were new. Before blending wine undergoes fining with egg white. Not filtered.
The exact date of the creation of Chateau Paloumey not known. In the 19th century vintner Octave Dupuy bought the estate and began to improve the quality of wine. Unfortunately, some vines infected with phylloxera and vineyard (except old vines) turned into gravel. 1989 is the year of rebirth Chateau Paloma, because this is the year Martine Cazeneuve bought the place and is closely involved in its restoration. She set an ambitious goal - to restore the vineyards in their original form and bring wine Chateau Paloma to a new level. Her efforts were not in vain - the blame was given the status of Cru Bourgeois. In addition to the Chateau Paloma, Martine Cazeneuve owned Chateau La Garricq and Chateau la Bessane.
To date, products Chateau Paloma successfully exported to many countries.