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Chateau Thenac Rouge 2012

Chateau Thenac Rouge 2012

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HK$320.00
HK$260.00
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Description

Country:France

Region / Appellation:Bergerac
Producer: Chateau Thenac
Grape Variety:59% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Sauvignon, 54% Malbec
Type:Red
Size:750ml
Alcohol Content:14%

16 (out of 20) Points [Distinguished] by Jancis Robinson MW
40% new oak. Very dark, blackish crimson. Savoury and little bit briary. A bit skinny on the mid palate. A bit tough. But neat and classic and it could easily be taken for a superior Côtes de Castillon. - Jancisrobinson.com, May 2015

Tasting Note:
A stunning, intense purple color, this wine has a complex nose which hints at the wine's depth and richness. Red fruits mixed with spicy vanilla oak and roasted hazelnuts. This is a powerful yet smooth and balanced wine that can be enjoyed with rich dishes, game, red meats or cheeses. This will age very well.

About the Producer:
Situated in beautiful countryside south of Bergerac itself, this 60 hectare vineyard is planted on a clay/limestone terroir on a south-facing slope, allowing for maximum exposure to the sun. With the average age of vines around 40 years, Thénac wines have complexity and structure and offer a refreshing alternative from Bergerac's more illustrious northern neighbours in Bordeaux.  

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