Chateau de Malengin Montagne St Emilion 2009

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Deep purple colored, bright. Powerful and complex range of aromas, expresses ripe black fruits anointed an elegant oa...

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141861 Snooth User: vrenault
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Winemaker's Notes:

The grapes are handpicked (the machine is used as reinforcements when a faster response is required). The entire harvest is hand selected and destemmed before entering the vat. The wooden vats, stainless steel and concrete tanks are fully temperature controlled. After about one month of maceration in tank, the wine is then carefully aged in French oak barrels during 14 months.

Tasting Notes:

Deep purple colored, bright. Powerful and complex range of aromas, expresses ripe black fruits anointed an elegant oak and spicy. After a strong attack and fruity, the palate reveals a round, meaty flesh, warm and remarkably balanced. (Guide Hachette 2009)

The grapes are handpicked (the machine is used as reinforcements when a faster response is required). The entire harvest is hand selected and destemmed before entering the vat. The wooden vats, stainless steel and concrete tanks are fully temperature controlled. After about one month of maceration in tank, the wine is then carefully aged in French oak barrels during 14 months.

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Notes: Cold maceration, winemaking stainless steel tanks. Automatic temperature control system. Micro oxygenation in tank. Malo-lactic fermentation in new French oak barrels.

Chemical Analysis:

Sugar: 0.8 grams per liter Total Acidity: 5.4 grams per liter

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