CHATEAU LE MONGE - Medoc

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BO19
Vintage: 2014

CHATEAU LE MONGE – MEDOC

 This wine offers immediate fruit forward aromatics with a good spicy note on the nose. Deep rich red colour. Very fresh and fruit rich essence with aromas of Mild oak barrels and cherry flesh, raspberry tones with mild spicy notes like vanilla and cinnamon. Smooth and supple on the palate with well-integrated tannins. Smooth subtle finish.

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Country FRANCE Region Medoc, Bordeaux Grape Varietal Cabernet Franc

Product Description

Description

Deep red colour. Very fresh & fruity nose. After aeration, cherry flesh and raspberry tones with mild spicy notes like cinnamon. Great Merlot expression. Smooth and supple on the palate with well-integrated tannins. Excellent value for money wine, drinkable on its youth.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Appetizers, cold cuts, red meats, roasted meats (e.g. Sunday roasted chicken).
  • Cheese Assorted cheeses.

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Wine Facts

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Grape Varietal Cabernet Franc
Vintage 2014
Region Medoc, Bordeaux
Country FRANCE
Average Age of Vines 25 years
Production 66,000 bottles
Harvest Method Mechanical
Fermentation and Maceration 3-4 weeks
Aging 12 months in stainless steel.
Nose Attribute Red Berries, Spices
SKU BO19

Vineyard Info

Domaines FABRE are made of family-owned estates in Haut-Medoc, passed down from generation to generation. Our family and children concentrate all our efforts to offer you high-class wines from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. We take into account eco-friendly practises and sustainable development. We are directly in charge of wine growing, vinification, ageing, bottling and direct sales in France and abroad. In Medoc, very few estates are able to perform all these steps.

Chateau Le Monge is characterised by soils with 60% Limestone and clay, 40% sand-gravels. The gravel from the Garonne is mixed with gravel washed down from the Pyrenees. The sub-soil is a mae of clay, limestone, marine sediments and everything created by the swirling abrasion of water and successive periods of erosion. This diversity of soils allowed us to adapt the best grapes varieties to each type of soils. The vines are planted in Bedagan village: North-West of Bordeaux, between Atlantic Ocean and Gironde estuary. Chateau le Monge enjoys a strategic geographical location, as its lies between two large bodies of water.

Description

Deep red colour. Very fresh & fruity nose. After aeration, cherry flesh and raspberry tones with mild spicy notes like cinnamon. Great Merlot expression. Smooth and supple on the palate with well-integrated tannins. Excellent value for money wine, drinkable on its youth.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Appetizers, cold cuts, red meats, roasted meats (e.g. Sunday roasted chicken).
  • Cheese Assorted cheeses.

Awards

More Information
Grape Varietal Cabernet Franc
Vintage 2014
Region Medoc, Bordeaux
Country FRANCE
Average Age of Vines 25 years
Production 66,000 bottles
Harvest Method Mechanical
Fermentation and Maceration 3-4 weeks
Aging 12 months in stainless steel.
Nose Attribute Red Berries, Spices
SKU BO19

Domaines FABRE are made of family-owned estates in Haut-Medoc, passed down from generation to generation. Our family and children concentrate all our efforts to offer you high-class wines from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. We take into account eco-friendly practises and sustainable development. We are directly in charge of wine growing, vinification, ageing, bottling and direct sales in France and abroad. In Medoc, very few estates are able to perform all these steps.

Chateau Le Monge is characterised by soils with 60% Limestone and clay, 40% sand-gravels. The gravel from the Garonne is mixed with gravel washed down from the Pyrenees. The sub-soil is a mae of clay, limestone, marine sediments and everything created by the swirling abrasion of water and successive periods of erosion. This diversity of soils allowed us to adapt the best grapes varieties to each type of soils. The vines are planted in Bedagan village: North-West of Bordeaux, between Atlantic Ocean and Gironde estuary. Chateau le Monge enjoys a strategic geographical location, as its lies between two large bodies of water.