Appellation: A.O.C. Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge
Production area: Sainte-Croix-du-Mont
Soil: clay-limestone, gravelly loamy
Orientation: South – South-East
Surface in production: 6 hectares
Density: 6.000 vine / hectare
Grape: Merlot (80%), Cabernet-Sauvignon (20%)
Average age of the vine: 20 to 30 years old
Harvest: manual
Assembly: Merlot (80%), Cabernet-Sauvignon (20%)

Winemaking: traditional in vats, control of fermentation temperatures, one-year aging
Duration of fermentation: 12 to 15 days
Yield: 49 hl/ha
Annual production: 294 hl

Chateau Bel Air Bordeaux Supérieur presents a pretty red color, limpid and brilliant. The red fruit and blackcurrant accompany the tasting of this wine with a very rich and tannic structure, an exemplary mouth length, it is everything to become.

Wine pairing:
Serve between 16°C and 18°C with terrines, mountain meats, Bordeaux steak, confit, mushrooms and aged cheeses.

Silver Medal – Concours de Paris – Millésime 2011

Vintage: 2012
Public price: 11,50€ by bottle (VAT incl. – cellar departure)