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Chateau Gaillard Saint-Emilion Grand Cru magnum 2017
Chateau Gaillard Saint-Emilion Grand Cru magnum 2017 €48,30

Chateau Gaillard Saint-Emilion Grand Cru magnum 2017

€48,30
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Beautiful grand cru
Made from Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes
Full, round, powerful and smooth
Good accompaniment to beef and veal with a refined sauce
 
 
 
 

Bordeaux blend to love


Deep red burgundy with a powerful aroma of ripe fruit, oak and some herbs. The taste is full, round but powerful and ends smoothly.


Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet Franc blend

 
 
Château Gaillard has been in the same family since 1787. The vineyard covers 20 hectares and has about 50% merlot and 50% cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc. The domain is considered a 'Geheimtipp'. After Cathérine Papon took over the parental winery in Saint-Émilion, she invested a lot in the vineyard and cellar.

After a few years, she switched to organic cultivation, drastically reduced the yield per vine and introduced a strict selection of grapes on an advanced sorting table. The style and quality of the recent harvests are therefore no longer comparable to those of older years.



The current, 'new' Château Gaillard has much more expression of ripe fruit and tastes more concentrated, while the tannins are nice and soft. The luxurious oak maturation makes the wine even more complex and competitive with other toppers from this special wine region.

Tip: You can also drink the wines young. Preferably pour them into a carafe one or two hours in advance so that the aroma and taste can develop. Young, strong wines taste better with grilled meat or with a savory snack such as soft Dutch cheese and sausage than without eating anything.
 

Drink at

Can be drunk young, fine with seasoned stew. When drunk a good accompaniment of beef and veal with refined sauces.
 
 
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