Intense and complex Bordeaux Supérieur
Dark fruit flavours and subtle hints of tobacco, spice and liquorice. Fine tannins on the finish contribute greatly to the overall structure. This wine is rich and elegant with great capacity to age.
Cellaring: Drink now or through 2025
Food Pairing: It would pair well with roast lamb, venison, duck breast or beef-based dishes.
STORY BEHIND THIS WINE
Vines surround a fortified castle at this estate owned by a member of the Lurton family. The estate has been around since the early fourteenth century and is based in Entre-Deux-Mers. Thierry Lurton and his excellent team run the winery combining their knowledge, traditions, modern techniques and skills to produce great tasting wines. The vineyards of Château de Camarsac benefit from the diversity of its terroir and huge grape varieties. All the winemakers work on the principles of excellence and sincerity for producing their wines. They don’t use chemicals for cultivating their wines. Read more.