Chateau Haut Goujon 2011


Château Haut-Goujon和他們的葡萄園位於距離波爾多40公里、Pomerol 3公里和Saint Emilion 12公里的D1089路上,方向往 Périgueux,該處就叫做 Goujon。

自古以來,波爾多已經種植葡萄,不過要到中世紀,葡萄園才伸至 Libourne ,到十九世紀那裡出產的酒才佔據波爾多的重要地位。

AOC Montagne Saint-Emilion 是 Saint Emilion 產區條例的一個分支(也被稱為「衛星」),包含約 1600 公頃。1922年建立,1936年成為AOC,產區面積擴展至 Montagne、Parsac 和 Saint Georges。

波爾多 AOC Montagne Saint-Emilion

75% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon

50% 於混凝土缸,50% 於橡木桶



Château Haut-Goujon and its vineyard are 40 km from Bordeaux, 3 km north of Pomerol and 12 km from Saint Emilion, on the D1089 departmental road, going towards Périgueux, in a locality known as Goujon.

Vines have been grown in the Bordeaux region since ancient times. But it was not until the Middle Ages that the vineyards extended into Libourne and only in the nineteenth century that the region’s wines began to occupy a significant place within Bordeaux’s wine production.

The AOC Montagne Saint-Emilion is one of the divisions of the Saint-Emilion appellation (also known as “satellites”) and covers approximately 1600 hectares. Created in 1922, it become an AOC in 1936.
The production area extends over the commune of Montagne and the neighbouring hamlets of Parsac and Saint Georges

AOC Montagne Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux

Grape Varieties:
75% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon

Matured 50% in vats and 50% in oak barrels.

Tasting Notes:
A rounded, balanced wine which immediately reveals notes of red fruit on the palate. It has a deep purple-crimson colour and very direct, pure aromas; the tannins are well-coated and seductive. A subtle woodiness on the finish and good length result in a pleasant balance. Everything comes together in this wine, making it suitable for immediate drinking, but it has potential for ageing too.

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