|Château Victoria Haut Medoc
In Haut-Médoc on the edge of Saint-Estèphe, extend the vines of Châteaux Victoria, property of the Richard family since 1989. Located on clay-sandy plots of 20 hectares, the singularity of this cru bourgeois is due to its terroir. small bass. A well-chosen name for this castle, whose style is reminiscent of the relaxed lifestyle and elegance of England of yesteryear. Since 2014, the family has benefited from the advice of Eric Boissenot, renowned oenologist of many Médoc crus classés, to help the cru progress in terms of viticulture, vinification and ageing, etc.
Careful vinification is carried out by isolating each plot. The maceration is long and lasts 3 to 4 weeks, which promotes the diffusion of tannins and the extraction of complex aromas of red fruits and undergrowth. Aging is carried out in oak barrels.
This wine is both full and structured. We find silky tannins in the mouth. The nose is complex with ripe fruit, spices and vanilla.
Served at 17°C, this wine will go well with red meats, chicken in a pot, stuffed vegetables, large game or poultry.