Chateau la Grace Dieu Les Menuts, 33330 Saint Emilion

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  •  Bordeaux

Our products

Product category: Bordeaux


2006 :
Dark brick-red in colour, liquorice on the nose, subtly woody, vinous, round, ample, mildly spicy, an elegant, harmonious finish. Ready to enjoy now.

2007 :
Deep in colour with yellow reflections. Clean nose, fruit-driven, hints of morello cherry. Supple in the mouth with aerated tannins giving the wine its pleasant fruity characteristic. Subtle, woody finish.

2008 :
Deep in colour. Intense bouquet of red and black fruits. Supple and silky in the mouth, with the same fresh aromas. A firm finish. A wine with a very pure style.
(89/100 Score Gilbert and Gaillard 2012).

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Product category: Bordeaux


2006 :
Deep in colour. Nose of black fruits against a woody background. In the mouth the wine has extraction and intensity, finishing with persistent toasted sensations.

Dark in colour with yellow reflections. Delicate nose of small, ripe red and black fruits (redcurrants, blackcurrants, sloe berries). Supple in the mouth, crisp, expressive fruit character, structured finish.

Deep garnet red with a yellow aspect. A nose that conjures up garden berries (redcurrants, raspberries). Seductive in the mouth, with maturity, balance and structure. Its youth gives it a slight bitterness. Good ageing potential.
(90/100 Score Gilbert and Gaillard 2012).

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About us

Company details

The vineyards of Château La Grâce Dieu Les Menuts extend across 16 hectares, 65% of which are planted with Merlot, 30% with Cabernet Franc and 5% with Cabernet Sauvignon.

Quality and tradition based on heritage

At Château La Grâce Dieu Les Menuts the focus is on optimising production and bringing to the fore the characteristics of the distinct terroirs of the estate. 
Gentle pruning, debudding, manual green harvest so as not to harm the upcoming harvest, thinning out the leaves to achieve perfect fruit maturity, canopy management and weeding to achieve the benefits of the sun.
Following the harvest comes vinification, itself kept in line with the tradition of the estate :

- Careful selection of grapes
- Temperature controlled vats for fermentation
- Maturation in oak casks maintaining the utmost respect for the fruit

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