An exceptional terroir of alluvial gravel in a place called "le caillou" (the stone), Chateau Mamin appeared on eighteenth century maps as the property of the Knight Mamin.It is located in Arbanats, at the heart of the Graves wine-growing region.Vincent Lataste purchased and restructured the property in 1991 with a view to establishing a single, uniform parcel of land dedicated 80% to Merlot, which ripens perfectly in this warm soil.The complex nose possesses subtle woody notes mingled with notes of stewed fruit. On the palate it presents a tannic, elegant and silky structure accompanied by fruity aromas.Oenologist's advice: The complex nose possesses subtle woody notes mingled with notes of stewed fruit. On the palate it presents a tannic structure with plenty of finesse, accompanied by fruity aromas. Aged in barrels for one year, it enjoys complex vanilla notes. It is a colourful, elegant and silky wine.It will go perfectly with grilled and white meats. It can be enjoyed now or will keep for another five years.