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Chateau Sarenceau Montagne Saint Emilion (750ml - 13.5%)

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Château Sarenceau Montagne Saint-Émilion has an intense deep red colour and offers a generous, complex nose, with aromas of small fruits. The palate is full and dense, with a delightful smoothness. The tannins are soft, and the fruit flavours are rich and pervasive. Subtle spicy and vanilla notes emerge towards the finish.

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The Château Sarenceau vineyard straddles two appellations, flourishing on a limestone-dominated terroir. This family-owned estate, now in the hands of the fourth generation of dedicated winegrowers, is passionately tended by Ludovic Delage. With a modest size of just 9 hectares, the vineyard allows for meticulous and careful cultivation of the vines. Harvesting is done by hand, adhering to the esteemed Bordeaux winemaking tradition.

Situated at the highest elevation in Libournais, the Montagne-Saint-Émilion appellation offers breathtaking landscapes of hills and plateaus rich in clay and limestone. Encircled by renowned neighbours like Pomerol to the west and Saint-Émilion to the south, it shares similar values and terroirs. The Barbanne valley, a small stream, separates the hilly terrain of Montagne from that of Saint-Émilion, winding its way through the vineyards.

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ManufacturerChateau Sarenceau
BrandChateau Sarenceau
Real Barcode3394150039858
ColourRed Wine
Contains AlcoholYes
Seal TypeCork
Bullet Point 1The Château de Sarenceau vineyard, located on a clay-limestone plateau in the northeastern part of the appellation, features manual harvesting, a prolonged vatting period of 3 to 4 weeks.
Bullet Point 2The wine from this vineyard exhibits an intense, deep dark red colour with a complex nose of small fruit aromas, a full and dense palate, soft tannins, rich fruit flavours, and subtle spicy and vanilla notes towards the finish.
Bullet Point 3The Château Sarenceau vineyard, spanning two appellations, is situated on a limestone-dominated terroir and is meticulously tended by Ludovic Delage, a fourth-generation winegrower.
Bullet Point 4The vineyard, modest in size at 9 hectares, benefits from careful and meticulous vine cultivation and adheres to traditional Bordeaux winemaking practices with hand-harvesting.
Bullet Point 5The Montagne-Saint-Émilion appellation, at the highest elevation in Libournais, offers scenic hills and plateaus rich in clay and limestone, with the Barbanne valley stream separating it from the Saint-Émilion vineyards.
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