Food Pairings for Château Morrisette Chambourcin
Aromas of dark cherries and fresh berries lift from this deep magenta wine, augmented by notes of black tea and sagebrush. A pleasantly crisp entry quickly fills the mouth with pie cherry, strawberry jam, and blueberry flavors, sparked with a faint suggestion of black pepper. Gentle, velvety tannins ease to reveal sun dried fruit in the lingering finish. Chambourcin is an exceptionally smooth and food-friendly wine.
1285 cases produced.
Aged 6 months in American Oak.
Aged 6 months in French Oak.
Aged 6 months in Steel.
Notes: The oak used in the aging of the 2008 Chambourcin was three-year-old oak. 72% was aged in French oak, 7.5% in American oak, 20.5% in stainless steel, then blended.
|Alcohol: 12.5%||pH: 3.57|
|Sugar: .5 grams per liter||Total Acidity: .6 grams per liter|
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