Château Sainte Marie Madlys 2014

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Château Sainte Marie Madlys

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Clear and bright. Deep revealing nose. Subtle touch of peach and mango. This wine catches the taste thanks to the high quality of its bouquet, nice flavors of deep white flowers and citrus fruits. It reveals in mouth fresh intensity and high complexity. It is a nice,
classy, velvety wine, elegantly barrel-aged.

About this Wine


Country France
Region Bordeaux
Appellation Entre-Deux-Mers
Winery Château Sainte Marie
Vintage 2014
Color White
Varietal(s) 65 % sauvignon blanc, 15 % sauvignon gris, 20 % sémillon
Closure Natural Cork
Volume 750ml
Bottle Size 750
Case Size 12
Alcohol 12.5%
Product Code 2154014
Inventory In Stock

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Tasting notes

Clear bright. Deep revealing nose. Subtle touch of peach and mango. This wine catches the taste thanks to the high quality of its bouquet, nice flavors of deep white flowers and citrus fruits. It reveals in mouth fresh intensity and high complexity. It is a nice, classy, velvety wine, elegantly barrel-aged.

Pairing

With sushis, grilled fish, white pieces of meat or fresh goat cheeses.

Cellaring

Ageing potential - 3 to 6 years.

Appreciate between 14°/16°

Production


Viticulture

Average age of the vines - 30 years

Vinification

Divided per parcels and fermentation at low temperature. (10° to 15°)
Pneumatic press. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at low temperature. Between 15 to 18°.
Aging during 6 months in stainless steel tanks with a steering of the lees each week.

Winery


Winery Description

The reputation of the estate Sainte Marie goes back many centuries ago when already in 1874, the Feret (one of the most famous Bordeaux wine encyclopedia) mentioned the production of the estate i.e 8 barrels in red and white wines.

Located in the heart of the Entre-Deux-Mers area, Chateau Sainte Marie enjoys an optimal geographical situation. The vineyards, ideally exposed stretches over two sunny hills, among the highest points in the Gironde department. Old vines producing perfect grapes, among which semillon and merlot older than 100 years are the guarantee of an always more quality-oriented production.
Since 1956, the Dupuch-Mondon family runs the estate with passion and determination and a particular attachment to the typicity and originality of the terroir.

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