Cuvée Viva 2014
Aged for 12 months, 25% in cement vats, 75% in barrels (1/3 new, 1/3 of one wine, 1/3 of two wines), it is characterized by its aromas of ripe fruit and blackcurrant liqueur, with floral notes (peony and old rose). Racy, balanced and fleshy, it gives even more after 7 years of ageing, enriching itself with delicious aromas of truffles.
Blaye – Côtes de Bordeaux
Clay and limestone
|Average age of the vines||
33 years old
12 months in barrels (25% in new barrels / 25% in barrels between 1 and 2 years old) and the rest in vats
|91 points||James Suckling|
|90 points||The Wine Patriot|
|89 points||Bettane et Desseauve|
|88 points||Andreas Larson|
“Floral nose, old rose, red fruits, wild strawberry, mocha touch. Ample wine, tense, mineral touch, fruity, juicy, supple tannins, nice finish.” The Figaro Vin editorial staff.
Mentholated and cachou nose, superb freshness in the mouth where menthol is found. The wood is completely integrated and the mouth is energetic with salinity. Beware: one glass calls for another!
L'ABUS D'ALCOOL EST DANGEREUX POUR LA SANTÉ, À CONSOMMER AVEC MODÉRATION