Region of France: Bordeaux
Grape: Merlot 50%, Cabernet-Sauvignon 25%, Cabernet-Franc 25%
Colour: Ruby red
Nose: Ripe black fruits
Taste: Strong tannins, blend of structures along with firm strong tannins. A punch of upfront fruit and fresh attack, but an abrupt finish with unresolved tannins.
Pairing: Meaty dishes such as grilled beef, lamb, game in sauce, poultry with salad
Producer: Chateau Bardins Vines have been grown in Bardins for more than three centuries. 9,5 Ha of the estate are now planted with vines, mostly with red grape varieties (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc). In its center, a beautiful chateau stands, built in 1852. Stella Puel started the organic conversion in 2016. As in Pessac-Leognan appellation, Château Bardins wines remain elegant and complex with well-balanced oak ageing.