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Chateau du Cros Loupiac 2010

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Nose of lime, acacia, candied orange with, on the palate, a hint of plum. Young, this wine is fruity and dynamic, and as it gets older, it acquires elegance, body and hints of candied fruit. Food and wine: Great as an apéritif, it traditionally goes with foie gras and blue cheeses. It is wonderful with apple rolls, peking duck, rice, monkfish on a bed of leeks, a carpaccio of scallops and all white meats such as a chicken roast, or a roasted pig with pineapple. A wine that invites you to be daring when matching it with food.

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Château du Cros:
The chateau Du CROS : XIIIth century, is an historical reality. The chateau Du CROS property, acquired by my grandfather in 1921, then exploited by my father until 1967, conctituates a 90 hectares vineyard today. Raised in this wine arbour, I benefited from my father experience and his viticultural knowledge. To rull the whole of this field, I joined together a qualified men and women team, eac... Read more
The chateau Du CROS : XIIIth century, is an historical reality. The chateau Du CROS property, acquired by my grandfather in 1921, then exploited by my father until 1967, conctituates a 90 hectares vineyard today. Raised in this wine arbour, I benefited from my father experience and his viticultural knowledge. To rull the whole of this field, I joined together a qualified men and women team, each one responsible of one activity within the property. The chateau Du CROS, beautiful XIIIth century ruin, which overhangs our vineyard, is registered like protected building by "Monuments historiques", since November 14th 1967. Read less

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Nose of lime, acacia, candied orange with, on the palate, a hint of plum. Young, this wine is fruity and dynamic, and as it gets older, it acquires elegance, body and hints of candied fruit. Food and wine: Great as an apéritif, it traditionally goes with foie gras and blue cheeses. It is wonderful with apple rolls, peking duck, rice, monkfish on a bed of leeks, a carpaccio of scallops and all white meats such as a chicken roast, or a roasted pig with pineapple. A wine that invites you to be daring when matching it with food.

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