Château Grand Moulin Macquin Montagne Saint-Émilion 2014


Unit Size750.00 ML
VarietalRed Blend
GrapeMerlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
AppellationMontagne Saint-Émilion
Alcohol Content13.50%
The village of Saint-Georges creates some of the best wine in Montagne-Saint-Emilion with vineyards benefiting from Merlot-friendly clay soil situated on rolling hillsides that capture the morning sun. Grand Moulin Macquin ranks among the region's top properties and, after a recent acquisition by the historic Rambeaud winemaking family, it's experiencing a renaissance in quality that we're excited to share. The 2014 is a near even split of Merlot and Cabernet, impeccably balanced and full of ripe fruit and smoky minerality. We loved this wine paired with a slow cooked lentil and beef stew.

Price $18.99

Chateau Grand Moulin Macquin Montagne Saint-Emilion 2014
By Serge Dore Selections
Chateau Grand Moulin Macquin Montagne Saint-Emilion 2014
Chateau Grand Moulin Macquin belongs to the Rambeaud family, who have been winegrowers since 2010. The chateau is located in the village of Saint-Georges, 3 km from Saint-Emilion and 40 km east of Bordeaux. Southern exposure.
Tasting Notes
Blueberry-blackberry nose. The rich palate has great fruit and long and good tannins. Keep this wine for 5 to 10 years.

Technical Information
Vineyard Size: Six hectares
Soils: Muddy clay subsoil
Grape Varieties: 55% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon
Average Age of the Vines: 35 years.
Density of Planting: 5,000 vines per hectare.
Yield: 55 hl/ha
Growing Methods: Green harvest, with thinning out the leaves.
Harvest: Mechanical harvest, followed by sorting of the grapes.
Vinification: Crushing, maceration for 20 to 25 days in thermo-regulated vats, for 12 to 14 months. Bottling occurs at the chateau.

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