Château Belle Coline 2016
Located on the rolling hills facing the vineyards of Saint Julien, Chateau Belle Coline benefits from a southern 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
|92 points||James Suckling|
|91 points||Jane Anson|
|91 points||Johan Castaing|
|89 points||Andreas Larson|
Very deep, both ripe and tense, it presents very intense, precise and well defined aromas of black fruits (blackberry, blackcurrant) and blood orange, marked by mineral notes.
Enchanting nose of ripe and juicy fruits with hints of spices and candied ginger. Powerful, dense and structured palate with a lot of energy. Full and homogeneous finish. The wine is very young but understandable.
L'ABUS D'ALCOOL EST DANGEREUX POUR LA SANTÉ, À CONSOMMER AVEC MODÉRATION