About Chateau de Camensac: It’s been centuries since the vine appeared in the history of Camensac, around a house whose origin goes back to the XVIIIth century. Since then, only four families have succeeded to the management of the vintage. The current owners, Jean Merlaut and Céline Villars-Foubet bought the property in 2005 with the aim of giving it back its nobility thanks to numerous technical investments. The estate also produces other wines than Château de Camensac : Second de Camensac, Le Bailly de Camensac & La Closerie de Camensac. These wines represent an invitation to discover the incredible terroir and style of Château de Camensac.
The vineyard is located on the terroir of Saint-Julien, on the beautiful ridge of the town Saint-Laurent-du-Medoc. There, the soil is planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot. The management of the vineyard is based on a strictly “artisanal” production philosophy. Planted at 10,000 feet per hectare, the respectable age of vine spontaneously gives birth to a measured harvest. As a result, the average yield does not exceed 40 to 45 hectoliters per hectare. The assistance of the famous oenologist consultant Eric Boissenot is a valuable accompaniment. Then the vinification is traditional.
Description: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Merlot. Aromas of red fruits, flowers, slightly spicy. A frank attack in the mouth. The palate is creamy and stands on a silky frame. The finish is very persistent and tasty.