Cuvée J.M.V CHATEAU HAUT BERNASSE

Cuvée J.M.V

Paiement sécurisé

wishlist


CHATEAU HAUT BERNASSE
  • Texture

2005 - 50 cl

AOC Monbazillac

South West France

Vines : The vines are aged from 15 to 90 years, with a density of around 5,000 stems per hectare. Several pruning methods are used depengin on the parcel : simple guyot, double guyot or cordon.Harvested in grape buckets by means of successive sorting from 27 September to 2 November 2005. Following a dull start to September, we enjoyed two months of very nice, warm and sunny weather, with morning fog - the perfect conditions for the development of botrytis.Vinification : Pressed using vertical hydraulic wine presses.Settling by means of 2 successive natural decantations.Blending with plot selection.Indigenous yeasts, fermentation and ageing in barrels for 2 years. Yield : 13 hl/ha Sugars 160 g/l Tasting : Golden colour. A complex and intense nose marked by notes of candied fruit (apricot, fig) and honey. On the palate it is balanced, with a fresh and smooth attack. In the finish we encounter the aromas found in the nose, with a lingering vanilla fragrance. We have the aromatic framework of a great Château Haut-Bernasse vintage

18,00 €


I.e. 108,00 € for 6 btles

In stock

DELIVERY WITHIN 48 H

btls

Secure payment

profil seller

the winemaker's suggestion

  • Texture
  • Texture
Colour

Colour

White

cultivation

cultivation

Conventional

vintage

vintage

2005

degree of alcohol

degree of alcohol

13.00%

Appellation

Appellation

AOC Monbazillac

Volume

Volume

50 cl

Grape variety (varieties)

Grape variety (varieties)

  • Sémillion
tasting

tasting

10-12°

Storage

Storage

Between 3 and 5 years

CHATEAU HAUT BERNASSE

24240 Monbazillac - South West France

Located on the high point of the Monbazillac slopes, in the heart of the appellation, Château Haut Bernasse benefits from exceptional sun exposure. Its 14 hectares of vines are worked using traditional methods and yields are low in the interests of quality. The 11 hectares of white varieties are: Sauternais and the “white triad”: Semillon, Muscadelle and Sauvignon. The red varieties, over 3 hectares, are made up of one half Merlot and the other half Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.

New wishlist