Château Chasse-Spleen

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Château Chasse-Spleen


Color: dark red, bright and limpid.
Primaries aromas of red fruit very net (black cherry and black current).
In mouth: cocoa touch, with, of course, at this tannin At That goal internship sweet one. Finely wooded heating Was Light.  Persitant and final flavored
BLENDING Cabernet Sauvignon 45% Merlot 50% Petit Verdot 5% Merlot


Merlot: from the 8th to the 15th of October 2012
Harvests: from the 8th to the 15th of October 2012
Cabernet Sauvignon: from the 12th to 19th of October 2012.
Small Verdot: from the 11th to 16th of October 2012.

Winter is very wet and spring will be even wetter. Sub-soils are rebuilding their reduced water stock of the last few years. The plant grows fast after winter and work is done very quickly. Then it dallies during April, May and June. There is a delay, July, in turn, is wet and it may trigger cryptogamic diseases, but fortunately the delay has shortened. August is beautiful and warm and it regulates the situation. A nice dry weather carries on until September. At last, the homogeneity of the wine grape takes place. But the phenological time-lag is there and we must now be patient, worried as we become due to a series of warm nights and wet days. All risk is taken to ensure optimum maturity. Rot is spared and we end up quite serene on the whole.

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