La Cadet du Chateau La Claymore AOC Lussac-Saint-Emilion Famille Chaki-Linard, 2016
To the north-east of the Saint-Émilion Appellation are the four “satellites” of Saint-Émilion – Montagne, Lussac, Puisseguin and Saint-Georges. Merlot is the dominant grape and for 2016 Cadet du Château La Claymore it was blended with a little Cabernet Franc. For Cadet, the grapes were grown on the estate’s younger vines (under 12 years of age). Deep in colour, this wine has nice mulberry aromas. On the palate the wine is on the lighter side of medium bodied. It has elegance and grace with red cherries and floral notes followed by a grippy bitter cherry finish.
|Lot: 1397||750 ml|
|Roast chicken seasoned with rosemary, thyme and sage, served with organic rainbow carrots|