Chateau Saint-Robert 2016 Graves
The first official traces of the estate date from 1686. It then belonged to the old family of parliamentary nobility Duroy. In 1751, to add more sparkle to his recent elite of dress, Pierre-Joseph de Pascal bought the domain, which, a few years later, returned due to inheritance to Henri de Pressac. Then gradually abandoned, Saint-Robert successively wiped the revolutionary turmoil and the frosts of 1794 to be reborn in the 19th century and become a renowned wine chateau under the leadership of its owner, Mr Poncet Deville.
Soil and basements: Sandy and clay-limestone.
Area: Red vineyard: 28 hectares White vineyard: 6 hectares
Red vineyard: 25 years
Engagement: Red vineyard: Cabernet Sauvignon: 20% Black Merlot: 60% Cabernet franc: 20%
Harvest: Mechanical and manual
Fermentation time: 3 weeks.
Stocked stored in our warehouse in Derbyshire, we deliver to all of the UK
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