The smallest Appellation in Bordeaux proudly stands out from the crowd. This little-known AOC, situated on a particularly uniform terroir, is a must for those who love making new discoveries.
The wines of Saint-Georges-Saint-Emilion are distinguished by a dark and dense colour with hints of black. When young, the wines are very fruity (with notes of red berries or stone fruit). They have a sophisticated spicy character.
In the mouth, they are tannic and powerful, and perhaps somewhat austere when young. However, Merlot always adds a certain unctuousness that surrounds the tannins, making them particularly pleasant. Their ability to age is known to connoisseurs.
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