Château Belle Coline 2014
Located on the rolling hills facing the Saint Julien vineyard, Chateau Belle Coline benefits from a south-facing exposure on secondary limestone marl soil… an ideal terroir for structured and powerful wines.
Blaye – Côtes de Bordeaux
91% merlot, 9% malbec
Clay and limestone
|Average age of the vines||
33 years old
12 months in French oak barrels
|91 points||James Suckling|
|90 points||Andreas Larson|
|90 points||Wine Enthusiast|
|89 points||The Wine Patriot|
“Even though this is a Blaye wine, It reminds me more of a Margaux. Not to mention that it has a wonderful price/quality ratio. It is not a very complex wine but extremely well made. Intense floral notes of violet and a spicy black pepper bouquet. The palate reveals smoky aromas, tobacco notes, red fruits and well integrated tannins. This is an easy drinking wine.” Arvi Wines
Nose of roasted juice combined with citrus and rosemary. Freshness is present and balances the power of the clay. Taut but broad and rich.
L'ABUS D'ALCOOL EST DANGEREUX POUR LA SANTÉ, À CONSOMMER AVEC MODÉRATION