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Chateau Corbin Michotte Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé 1994

Winemaker's Notes:

Alcohol Percentage: 12.5 %

Vignobles Boidron:
The Boidron family have been involved in wine production in the Bordeaux region since 1760 They now own a number of properties including Chateau Cantelauze in Pomerol, Chateau Fonguillon in Montagne Saint Emilion  and Chateau Calon in Montagne Saint Emiliob totasling 70 hectares. They bought Chateau Corbin-Michotte,a Saint Emilion Grand Cru estate in 1959 This estate was once part of a l... Read more
The Boidron family have been involved in wine production in the Bordeaux region since 1760 They now own a number of properties including Chateau Cantelauze in Pomerol, Chateau Fonguillon in Montagne Saint Emilion  and Chateau Calon in Montagne Saint Emiliob totasling 70 hectares. They bought Chateau Corbin-Michotte,a Saint Emilion Grand Cru estate in 1959 This estate was once part of a larger estate belonging to the Black Prince in medieval times.The second wine of  Chateau Corbin-Michotte is labeled as 'Chateau Les Abeilles' in honour of the bees that are kept there and comes under the Saint Georges Saint Emilion 'satelite' appellation.The family produce a range of red,white and rose wines Read less

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Snooth User: Vignobles Boidron
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5.00 5
08/05/2010

Nice garnet-red colour with copper-pink lights ; brilliant and intense. Excellent limpidity. The nose is delicate, powerful and complex. Freshness of raspberry, strawberry and violet. A hint of coffee, cedar and brandy. A spicy tip of gilly-flower and peppered-rose. Aromas of wood are well-matured : vanilla, liquorice, roasted apple and raisins. The mouth is delicate and elegant, typical of its soil with silked tannins. Outstanding length and aging.



Alcohol Percentage: 12.5 %

38 000 produced.

Closure: Cork

Aged 15 months in French Oak.


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