Intense and brilliant red. Fruity nose associated with toasted wood note. A subtle attack in the mouth, the balance and structure of the tannins are silky and round. Its respectful character of Medoc wines will flatter your palate.
The aromatic purity marked by the sauvignon characterizes this wine. The nose enhances the floral and mineral notes. You will also find the whole range of citrus and exotic fruits notes. Its wide structure will give you a real expression of smoothness.
Deep, garnet-red color. The nose is reminiscent of blackberries with toasty overtones from the wood. On the palate, it is full-bodied with a strong backbone, and a great capacity to age 5 to 8 years. The fruit is beautifully balanced with the flavors from the oak barrel.
Very concentrated, deep purple roble. Complex, elegant nose with a mix of black fruit jam aromas and toasted wood (vanilla, grilled). Powerful, rich tannins in mouth. Elaborated with rigor and care, this well balanced wine will enchant you after 3-4 years and could easily age up to 10 more years.
Vignobles Raguenot, a family of independent winegrowers who work and live for one and only passion: the meticulous creation of wines. Located in Saint-Caprais-de-Blaye, in the Blaye-Côtes de Bordeaux appellation, Château des Tourtes spreads over 64 hectares, 15 of which are dedicated to the production of white grapes: Sauvignon blanc (80%), Sémillon (15%) and Muscadelle (5%). The remaining part of the vineyard is dedicated to the red grapes: Merlot (72%), Cabernet Sauvignon (14%), Malbec (7%), Petit Verdot (6%) and Carménère (1%). On a silicious-clay soil with a gravely subsoil, the Raguenot family elaborates a classic cuvee in white, red and rosé, as well as a prestige cuvee in red and white. The Attribut des Tourtes is the Vignobles Raguenots jewel, with a parcel selection to obtain the essence of Château des Tourtes savoir-faire. In the appellation Haut Médoc, Château Haut Beyzac is located in Vertheuil, on 26 hectares. Enjoying an exceptional geology with a clay-limestone soil, the vineyard is composed of Cabernet Sauvignon, the preferred varietal in Medoc, as well as Merlot and Petit Verdot. Three distinct cuvees are imagined and elaborated according to different methods of vinification, maturation and blend of grape varieties. Today, Château Haut Beyzac offers three wines with all their subtlety, freshness and complexity.