Fantastic vintage! Second wine of the property, Château Reignac is a fine example of the Bordeaux Supérieur appellation and brings it to a new level thanks to its density, freshness and persistence. Typical of the region, the blend is composed of Merlot (70%), Cabernet Sauvignon (25%) and Cabernet Franc (5%). It is aged in casks for periods of up to 16 months, under the watchful eye of famous consultant oenologist Michel Rolland.
"For red wine; Bordeaux. Almost cassis liqueur, a satiny texture. A touch of coffee, a hint of chocolate."
"First up, peaches and almonds. A bit of butter on the nose. A hint of acidity, a coating texture."
“Nice classic Bordeaux with a bouquet expressing blond tobacco and cigar box complete with animal notes. The mouth offers lovely freshness and a balanced whole that can be enjoyed immediately and over the next three years.”
- Philippe Lapeyrie
This is a very popular estate in Maremma, Tuscany, where varietals of Bordeaux origins yield very interesting results.
CARM (Casa Agricola Roboredo Madeira) is a pioneer of organic vine agriculture in Portugal. The estate composed of 90 hectares uses indigenous varietals to produce its wine selection. Reserva Branco includes Rabigato (50%), Viosinho (25%) and Codega (25%), half of which is aged in French oak casks. Unexpected and novel, this is the perfect choice to surprise your guests.