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Tasting Notes: Purple colour with a hint of ruby. Powerful and complex nose, spices, truffles and undergrowth. Age revealing rich aromas of aniseed, Madagascan cocoa bean, vanilla, though maintaining a freshness of lightly stewed fruit. A full, fleshy attack on the palate, followed by rich and creamy tannins. Ready to drink, though can develop to maturity if cellared until 2030.
“There’s a boldness here that really appeals. This smells of ripe dark berries, plums, and dark chocolate. The palate has round, fleshy presence, while the tannins cradle the finish neatly. Best from 2020.” James Suckling (91)
“Perfumed wood and black fruit aromas lead the way in this delicious wine. It's rich but still firm, with fine juicy fruit that will come through with time. Packed with tannins, it will be ready to drink from 2021.” - WineEnthusiast (91)
Gold - Citadelle du Vin
Gold - Frankfurt International Trophy
Gold - China Wines and Spirits Award
92 - Andreas Larsson
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|Product Name:||Chateau Picoron|
|Country of origin:||France|
|Stock available:||On request|
|Price per unit US$:||11.50|
|Price per unit €:||On request|
|Alc. Vol %:||15.00|
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A Bordeaux winery producing expressions of Merlot, which represent the many generations of our winery. We produce wine for our parents, children & friends. Established in 1570, for now under the care of Australians Glenda & Frank. All our wine is vinified plot by plot in very limited production.
Backed by the hills of the limestone plateau of Saint-Emilion, Château Picoron is located in the heart of the town of Sainte-Colombe, which overlooks the Dordogne valley. Coming from the Latin "picus" (pic), it owes its name in particular to its elevated position, particularly favorable to the cultivation of the vine and to the production of the best wines. Remarkable in its location, the Picoron estate is also remarkable in its history.
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