Chateau Bernadotte Haut Medoc 2009
Aromas of violets, rose, truffle, earth, coffee, leather, dark fruits and cigar box. Complex palate of dried currants, black fruits, olive tapenade and dried herbs. Beautiful oak integration with hints of ginger, spice and vanilla.
Bernadotte is a Haut-Médoc property located in the town of Saint Sauveur, at a place called Le Fournas. Its vineyard covers around forty hectares; it runs alongside the Pauillac appellation . In the tradition of the Médoc, Château Bernadotte mainly produces red wines . Heir to the best of wine culture and civilization, Château Bernadotte skilfully combines the contributions of modern technologies in the service of tradition. To keep or to keep, its good, well-made and sharing wines are appreciated all over the world.
A major challenge for the future, Bernadotte is committed to management that respects the environment through reasoned cultivation of the vineyard. There is no or very little use of chemical fertilizers, replaced by the contribution of natural organic matter. The techniques remain traditional and incorporate strict control of yields. The harvest, entirely manual until 2015, is now accompanied by the machine. The property has been certified by AFNOR AREA 2 since 2015 and HVE 3 since 2016. These labels of High Environmental Value attest that the reductions, or even the elimination of pollution are effective. The use of water is reasoned and recourse to energy saving is privileged.
$50 – $100
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot