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Red Wine / France / Bordeaux / Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOC / 15 % vol
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 100 Bordeaux

CHÂTEAU CANTIN 2018

0,75 L Red Wine / France / Bordeaux / Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOC / 15 % vol

Under the guidance of Michel Rolland, this Saint-Emilion Grand Cru delivers the full potential of its great terroir. Spectacular spike and incredible taste!
The 33 hectares of vineyards flourish on a limestone plateau with Castillon clay. This land has an excellent exposure to the sun and is divided into 26 separate lots that are vinified separately. Château Cantin is characterised by a beautiful garnet-coloured robe with ruby highlights. The nose is powerful and fruity, with aromas of stewed fruits with hints of spices. On the palate the wine is well balanced, with persistent expressive tannins. A very beautiful Saint Emilion!
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CHÂTEAU CANTIN 2018
  Vintage
2018
  Grape Variety
97% Merlot, 3% Cabernet-franc
  Character
Tannic and racy red wine
  Style
Fruity
  Service Temperature
16-18°C
  Service
Open 1h before service
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink until
2035
  Food and wine matching
Deli meats, Red meat, Game meat, Mushroom, Barbecue


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CHATEAU CANTIN

Château Cantin is one of the great names of the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation. In 1770, Cantin (the name of the stream which passes next to the property) already appears as a vineyard on the “Carte de Belleyme”, cartographer of King Louis XV. It was then sold as national property during the Revolution, to a neighbor the Baron de Mauvezin and remained in this family for about 100 years. In 1890, Alphonse Bisch, a Parisian wine merchant, acquired it. He expanded the property to 72 hectares. Following his death in 1913, his widow sold the estate a year later to the Chamson family. From 1988, Mr. Benatar and the Marquis de la Croix Landol took over the reins and began to reconnect with the prestigious past of this property. The estate was then sold to Mr. Leprince, then sold to the Union Française de Gestion, which choosed to keep him as a farmer. After many vicissitudes, the Helfrich family became the titleholder of Château Cantin. The latter is now undertaking to revive its prestigious past with a first harvest in 2007.

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