Château Haut Grignon


Château Haut Grignon


Appellation: Haut Grignon is located in the Medoc region and benefits from this appellation
Surface area: 4 hectares of vines
Soil and subsoil: composed of clay and gravel (representative from the region)
Grape Varieties: Carbernet Sauvignon 67% - Merlot 31% - Petit Verdot 2%
Average age of the vines:
25 years old
Density: 5000 vine stocks / hectare
Yield: 45 hectoliters / hectare which is rather low for the region
The vines: implementation of sustainable agriculture in the vineyard Vinification: in stainless steel vats to enhance the fruit and freshness Ageing: 60% in vats and 40% in French barrels
Production: 30 000 bottles
Tasting notes:
Nice bouquet of black fruit and cedar. The palate is medium-bodied with firm tannins and a touch of spice. This is a fine wine that is drinkable in its youth and could age well.

Description: Château Haut Grignon belongs to Bruno Segond, who also owns Château Lousteauneuf a little Cru Bourgeois widely distributed in Europe, Japan and Canada.

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