MÉDOC AOC – BORDEAUX – FRANCE
Saint-Brice is the oldest cuvée from the cellar created in 1934. It comes from vineyards planted on the towns of Saint-Yzans, Saint-Christoly, Couquèques, Blaignan and Ordonnac.
The Saint-Brice has been renowned for decades among the local clientele, which is a token of its authenticity and quality.
Merlot, which is the grape planted in the largest proportion in this part of Médoc, produces powerful and structured wines, with a slightly spicy flavour—while Cabernet Sauvignon will produce taut and very fresh wine.
Garonne gravel and clay-limestone
|70 % Merlot|
|30 % Cabernet Sauvignon|
|Serving temperature : 17 / 18 °C|
|Decant 1 to 2 hours before serving|
|The wine is not treated, deposit is natural|
|Red meats and game in its youth, dishes in sauce and old gouda when it evolves|
|Yield : between 40 and 50 hl/ha|
|Sorting grapes on the vine|
|Traditional vinification in thermo-regulated vats|
|Aged for 18 months in vats|
|Light gluing and loosely filtered to preserve all the organoleptic qualities|
|A slight natural deposit may form and doesn't alter the gustatory qualities of the wine|
|Bottling at the property|