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Red Wine / France / Bordeaux / Pessac-Léognan AOC / 13,5 % vol
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 100 Bordeaux

CHÂTEAU DE ROCHEMORIN ROUGE 2017

0,75 L Red Wine / France / Bordeaux / Pessac-Léognan AOC / 13,5 % vol

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18.0/20
Verified taster: Berenger P. 02/23/2022 Wine expert

Remarkable for its richness and complexity, this is a wine that will be enjoyed with a grilled beef tenderloin or pork tenderloin with mushrooms. An attractive wine with an affirmed modernity!more reviews

"Beautifully textured, with real poise and tons of personality." Antonio Galloni
With a beautiful purple colour and purple hues, this cuvée opens with an elegant nose with tasty notes of black fruit (blackcurrant, black cherry, plum) and roasted fruit. The attack in the mouth is supple and seductive. Rich, complex, with fine tannins, we find the predominance of black fruit notes until its structured and velvety finish. An excellent value for money!
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CHÂTEAU DE ROCHEMORIN ROUGE 2017
  Vintage
2017
  Grape Variety
50% Merlot, 50% Cabernet-Sauvignon
  Character
Light and fruity red wine
  Style
Fruity
  Service Temperature
16-18°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink until
2028
  Food and wine matching
Red meat, White meat, Poultry, Cheese


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18.0/20
Verified taster: 02/23/2022 Wine expert

Remarkable for its richness and complexity, this is a wine that will be enjoyed with a grilled beef tenderloin or pork tenderloin with mushrooms. An attractive wine with an affirmed modernity!

CHATEAU DE ROCHEMORIN

The history of this great Château from Pessac-Léognan is rich. It began in 1520 with Jean de Amelin, a wealthy landowner from Sarlat who, coming to Bordeaux on business, decided to invest in the vineyard. Then there is the Pesnel family who brought the Estate into the bosom of the neighboring Seigneurie de la Brède where the famous Montesquieu was born in 1689. Besides, the author of Lettres Persanes was particularly proud of his vines and judged his wine of more worthy interest than the Spirit of Laws. The 20th century saw the domain doze off in the hands of people who did not necessarily have a passion for vines. So, in 1973, André Lurton, grandson of Entre-Deux-Mers winegrowers, in love with this Graves region and a key figure in Bordeaux, bought this estate. He reconstitutes the estate by planting Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc, to produce very attractive and well-balanced red and white wines whose excellent quality confirms the reputation he has enjoyed in the past.

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