CHÂTEAU HAUT VIEUX CHENE – Bordeaux 2016
APPELLATION: AOP Bordeaux
The story from Chateau Haut Vieux Chêne:
“La maison coloniale” was purchased by the ROY family in 1879. At that time, it was an owner of oak which has been replaced by vines (Ugni white varieties). The property was then called Chalet Regnier. In 1994, Bertrand ROY, fourth generation, takes over the operation. The property becomes Château Haut Vieux Chêne, the name comes from an oak remained on the property, it would been 600 years. It undertakes a reorganization
of the vineyard in order to have the majority red wine varieties.
Silver Medal Concours Général Agricole Paris 2012
Silver Medal VINS DU SUD OUEST 2013
Golden Medal GILBERT GAILLARD 2013
Vintage 2013 :
Golden medal GILBERT & GAILLARD INTERNATIONAL 2014
Silver medal CONCOURS CASTELSARRASIN 2014
70% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc
Vineyard’s size: 12.5 hectares
Production: 80 000 botles
Traditional, cold maceration, control of the temperatures, 3 weeks of fermentation. Ageing in stainless tanks and oak barrels.
Alcohol : 13 % vol
Ample and fruity wine with discreet tannins. Strawberry aromas and round finish.
Food Pairing: Red & white meat, BBQ. Game, poultry & cheese
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