The wine shows deep red robe, almost purple, a sign of optimal maturity, The nose is filled with with black currant and mineral notes. On the palate, Tastefully, the wine is well rounded, with a powerful impression of volume, ending in long tannins, firm, but with a persistent, long finish.
About this wine producer: This is an ususual estate for Bordeaux given that it straddles two appellations; Haut-Médoc and Pauillac. The Haut-Médoc appellation plantings cover some forty hectares of Cebernets Sauvignon and Franc, as well as Merlot and a small amount of Petit Verdot, all on the sandy gravel typical of the area. The current proprietor, Patrick Bernard has invested heavily in both the vineyards and cellars since purchasing the estate in 1998.