Chateau Fombrauge | Red | 2003 | Bordeaux | Right Bank - Vivino Rating 4.1
Intro: Chateau Fombrauge is the largest vineyard in St. Emilion. It is also one of the oldest estates in St Emilion as it dates back to 1679. ... Chateau Fombrauge is one of the numerous estates owned by Bernard Magrez who also has properties in the Left Bank, Sauternes and of course in Pessac Leognan with Chateau Pape Clement.
Winery: Château Fleur Cardinale
Region: Bordeaux | Saint-Émilion (Right Bank)
Grapes: 80% merlot, 20% cabernet franc - Grand Cru Classé
Aging: French Oak Barrels
Tasting Notes: Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate 91 Points: “One would think Fombrauge was a wine to drink in its first decade of life, but this 2003 proves otherwise. Lots of cedar, fruitcake, spice box, black currant and cherry notes jump from the glass of this complex, medium-bodied, silky smooth, fully mature, delicious St.-Emilion. It is a testament to the vision of Bernard Magrez and his consulting oenologist, Michel Rolland. It is a sleeper of the vintage that should last another 4-6 years.” (RP) Aug 2014
Rating: RP 91, WS 90, ST 90, 4.1 v
ABV: 13% Decant: 2hrs Serving temp: 16-18 °C Pairing: Beef, Lamb, Game (deer Venison) , Poultry
* Please note this is an old vintage wine and the label may have slight discolouration, slight tears or stains. Please contact us if this is a concern.