Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2018 - Château Rozier

Red wine France Bordeaux (FR) Saint-Émilion Grand Cru (FR)
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0.75 l (£ 20.13 * / 1 l)

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Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2018 - Château Rozier
15.10 £
0.75 l (£ 20.13 * / 1 l)

Prices excl. VAT, excise duties, customs , excl. shipping costs

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The Château Rozier Grand Cru from Saint-Emilion impresses with its dense crimson colour and dark violet reflections in the glass. To the nose it offers a rich and dense bouquet with fragrances of plums, sweetly ripened berries, and fine liquorice root.

On the palate, the Château Rozier Saint-Emilion presents itself with great aromatic fullness. Fruity, fresh and at the same time powerful and soft, it rolls over the tongue. Full-bodied, with excellent texture and dense, silky tannins, this Bordeaux cuée goes into an elegant and long-lasting finale.

Vinification  of Château Rozier Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

According to Bordelaiser tradition, this wine is made from the Merlot and Cabernet Franc grape varieties, 80% and 18% respectively, and is completed by 2% Cabernet Sauvignon. The property of the Saby family is divided into many small plots and a total of 9 castles. One third of the vines of Château Rozier stand at the foot of the slopes on warm, deep, sandy soils, another third grow in cooler layers on calcareous-sandy soils and the last third is oriented to the south, in a sunny position, on well-drained limestone scree soils. Depending on the location, the grapes develop silkier tannins and ripe, fruity aromas, aromatic freshness and fleshness, or else fullness and elegance. The clever assembly of the grapes for  the Château Rozier Grand Cru from the different parcels gives the wine its fullness, elegance and multifaceted richness.

The Merlot grapes are harvested at the beginning of September, then Cabernet Franc at the end of September. The harvest is done manually, the grapes are harvested in small baskets and fermented in a traditional way. The wine then matures for about 15 months in typical French barrels, one third in new barrels, one third in one-year and one third in two-year barrels. 

Food recommendation for Château Rozier Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

Enjoy this magnificent French red wine from Bordeaux as a perfect accompaniment to many dishes of classic French cuisine, with roast lamb or beef with rosemary, wild ragout, wild fowl or duck with dried plums.

Product type: Wine
Weintyp: Red wine
Wine colour: Red
Wine acidity in g/l: 3,1
Residual sugar in g/l: 1,3
Sweetness: dry
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux (FR)
Sub region: Saint-Émilion Grand Cru (FR)
Occasion & Theme: Thanksgiving , Romantic Dinner , Christmas , winter wine
Ageing in: small barrel
Grape Variety: Cabernet-Franc , Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot
Vintage: 2018
Quality Classification & Rating: AOP Appellation d’Origine Protégée
Soil: steep Slope , Lime , Sand , clay , gravel , marl
Harvest: Handlese
Maturation: French Oak , Barrique 225 l
Duration of maturation (in Months): 15
Aromas & Palate Notes: berry fruit , stone fruits
Mouthfeel/ Texture: seidig , dicht
Finish: long
Optimal serving temperature in °C: 15 - 18
Stil: Alte Welt , Kaltklima-Anbaugebiet , vornehm
Food Pairing: dark food , spicy food
Glasempfehlung: Bordeaux Glass
Flaschendesign & Ausstattung: Bordeauxflasche , klassisch
Flaschengröße in l: 0,75
Verschlusstyp: Korken
Lagerfähigkeit in Jahren ab JG: 8
Alcohol % ABV: 14,0
Allergens & Misc. Ingredients: contains sulfites and sulfur dioxide
Inverkehrbringer: Earl Vign.Saby J.B. & Fils - Chateau Rozier - 33330 St.Laurent des Combes - Frankreich

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| 6 Dec 2020
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