Château Vieux Moulin

Cru Bourgeois, Haute Valeur environnementale

Listrac-Médoc AOC – Bordeaux – France

This vineyard has been exploited by the Fort Bosc family for three generations, and sits around the village of Le Tris, north of Listrac, on parcels composed of Pyrenean gravel and clay-limestone soil. Connoisseurs appreciate this modern wine for the harmony of its subtle aromas combined to fine and elegant tannins.

Certified HVE3 as of the 2019 vintage.

Awards
2018 VINTAGE : 90 James Suckling + 15,5 Jancis Robinson
2016 VINTAGE : Silver Paris 2019 + 2* guide Hachette 2020
2015 VINTAGE : Gold Paris 2017 + 91 Wine Enthusiast
2014 VINTAGE : 91 Wine Enthusiast + Bronze Decanter 2017
2013 VINTAGE : Silver Bordeaux 2016 + Bronze Paris 2015 + citation guide Hachette 2017
2012 VINTAGE : Bronze à Paris 2014 + Bronze IWC 2016

Terroir

Gravel and clay-limestone

Surface

10 hectares
Grape varieties
58 % Merlot
35 % Cabernet Sauvignon
7% Petit Verdot
Servicing
Serving temperature : 17 / 18 °C.
Decant 1 to 2 hours before serving
The wine is not treated, deposit is natural
Pairing
Meats : roasted beef, duck, games, deer
Cheeses : Comté, ewe's milk cheese, camembert
Technical
Yield : Around 40 et 55 hl / ha
Sorting grapes on the vine
Traditional vinification in thermo-regulated vats
Aged for 12 months in oak barrels
Bottling under vacuum at the property