Chateau Fredignac Terroir Rouge 2014

(1 customer review)


Château Frédignac wines are produced by the L’Amouller family.  EARL Vignobles L’Amouller is one of the first members of the Environment Management System group of Bordeaux wines and they are certified to ISO 14001.  They have been farming organically since 2010 and their wines are certified Vin Biologique and Agriculture Biologique.  I discovered them after researching organic producers in the Blaye region and they are one of a limited number of producers that have chosen to go organic; and with excellent results.

The Merlot gives the wine a certain softness while the Cabernet Sauvignon aids the structure and aging with its tanins and the addition of Cabernet Franc brings finesse to the ageing of the wine with its aromas of fruit and spice.

This Terroir Rouge wine has regularly received  good scores from various critics and in 2012 was given a score of 90 by Wine Enthusiast.  It is an excellent, value-for-money, organic wine to grace your table when entertaining or just for yourself!

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Partner: Chateau Fredignac
Vintage: 2014
Tasting Notes: A soft red, garnet in colour. Oak notes to complement a spicy, mineral nose. A gentle attack that is rich and ripe on the palate.   A good tannic structure on the finish that makes this a good Blaye that will continue to mature for 3-5 years.
Classification: AOP Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux
Grape: 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
Strength: 13.5%
Serve at: Room temperature 16°C to 18°C
Serve with: Red or white meats, grilled meats and cheese
Yield: 45 hl/ha
Soil: Combination of clay and chalk, well drained (Argilo Calcaire)
Cultivation: Biological production with manual intervention and selection at harvest
Vinification: Mechanical harvest with manual selection of grapes prior to vinification.  Only natural yeasts added to promote fermentation in thermoregulated concrete or stainless steel vats for at least 15 to 30 days.  The wine is then aged in the vat for 18 months prior to bottling.

1 review for Chateau Fredignac Terroir Rouge 2014

  1. Jack Standen

    Excellent wine for the price. This does not quite have the depth of flavour of the La Favorite wine but I found it complex enough to balance with red meat. Another good organic wine from Fredignac.

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