Chateau la Rose des Tuileries 2009
Located on the East Side of Pomerol, this vineyard produced a quiet unknown wine which truly deserves to be discovered. Good deep, veryexpressing in nosing with notes of blackcurrant. As the ageing is not still over, tannins still dominate but structure is clearly present Balance is superb, full elegant body, with the a snoothy and very long-linger finished.
Food Pairings for Chateau la Rose des Tuileries
45000 bottles produced.
Aged 1 months in Steel.
Aged 16 months in French Oak.
Notes: 30% New Oak Barrels
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