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"Beautiful red color. With predominant tobacco and cedar box notes, this wine also delivers red cherries, chalk, and cassis on the nose. The mouthfeel is complete with green peppers, tobacco, and cherries on the finish."
"The vineyards are comprised of ten hectares on a high area, with some hillsides with exposure to the south, for the old vines. The soils are clay and chalk, as well as clay and sand, with a mixture of conglomerates and sandstone. Average age of the vines is 42 years old. The grapes are manually harvested. Traditional vinification in concrete vats, with natural local yeasts. The wine is aged in barrels of French oak, during 16 months. 40% are new barrels." -Winery
"Fronsac, small but once famed red wine appellation in the Bordeaux region just west of the town of Libourne on the Right Bank of the river Dordogne. The wooded low hills of Fronsac...constitute Bordeaux's prettiest countryside, and the region's altitude, usual so close to the Gironde estuary, gave it great strategic importance. Fronsac was the site of a Roman temple, and then a fortress built by Charlemagne, who is locally supposed to have taken a particular interest in this wine....Even well into the late 19th century, the wines of Fronsac were much more famous than those of Pomerol on the other side of Libourne."
"The low-lying land beside the river and any alluvial soil further inland from the Dordogne and its tributary the Isle are entitled only to the Bordeaux AC, while the Fronsac and Canon-Fronsac appellations are concentrated on the higher land where limestone predominates and sandstone is also characteristic. Merlot and Cabernet Franc are the dominant grape varieties, supplanted by Malbec and, where it will ripen, Cabernet Sauvignon..."-Jancis Robinson, Oxford Companian to Wine