Grape(s): 80% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon
Localization: Bordeaux, France
Tasting Notes: A fresh bouquet of red fruits on the nose with raspberry and red currant notes. The palate is fresh with round tannins and loads of juicy red fruits, very easy to drink with complexity but yet gentle and round, delicious and juicy.
Notes: Hand harvest plot by plot at optimum ripeness. The grape crop is density sorted by hand in our cellar. Stainless steel vats with one-third of the blend in matured french oak barrels for 12 months
The Domain: Just 6 minutes south of St Emilion, UNESCO's world heritage medieval town, in the small hamlet of Genissac, you will find Château Peyfaures – one of the most highly reputed vineyards in the appellation of Bordeaux Supérieur. Nestled among ancient trees and sweeping limestone hills, the vineyard is has been steadily producing premium quality wine for nearly 190 years.
Although it’s an appellation steeped in rigid tradition, Château Peyfaures prides itself on being a resolutely progressive estate with its eye on producing the best the region can offer. Having witnessed seven generations having cared for the estate since 1830, the last in the line.
Nestled along the side of the most important wine route in the right of the world's greatest wine region, just minutes from the most prestigious name in the world of wines for centuries, Chateau Peyfaures rests proudly at the hilltop. Sharing the same terroir as all the ultra-pricey names only a stone's throw away, Chateau Peyfaures has mastered the art of making pure wines.