Château Bertin

Grapes: 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc

Style: Roundness on the palate and smooth tannins

Another wine from Vignobles Saby who have been making wine in Bordeaux for about nine generations.   Jean-Christophe and Jean-Phillippe run their 70 hectares of vineyards around Libourne, the wine-making capital of the Northern Gironde.  Their wines include  Château Rozier, a Saint Emilion Grand Cru (below), Château Hauchat from Fronsac (above) and this one, Château Bertin from Montagne-Saint-Emilion.   The wine is made from hand-picked grapes – 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc – and spends 12 months in new and used French oak barrels. The fruity aromas are ripe and mature while the full body is distinguished by its delicate balance.  Roundness on the palate and smooth tannins result in a delicate and fine finish. Very nice with beef, lamb, poultry as well as cheese.

If you are new to Northwestern Wine, you are welcome to try a sample of this wine. You can order your samples on the website or contact us by email.


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