Chateau Senejac Haut Medoc 2018

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Pairings

Pig

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Color

Rosso rubino.

Smell

Aromi di ciliegia matura e ribes nero, seguiti da sentori di cedro e sottobosco.

Taste

Vino puro, di medio corpo, di lunga la persistenza.

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Features

YEAR 2018
VINES 59% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41% Merlot
ALCOL 14.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Meccanica.

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION AOC Haut-Medoc
TEMPERATURE 16-18
LOCATION Le Pian Médoc (France)
GROUND Ghiaioso profondo.
REFINEMENT 30% in barrique, 70% in botti.
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 6600
WINEMAKING In vasche d'acciaio inox.
DECANTING 1 ora
RETURN HALF 50 hl

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Advocated 2016 90
Wine Advocated 2018 92
Wine Advocated 2019 92
James Suckling 2016 92
James Suckling 2018 93
James Suckling 2019 93

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Name: Chateau Sénéjac
Address: 1589 Allée Saint-Seurin - Le Pian Médoc (France)
Web Site: https://www.en.senejac.com/

On the land which dominates the river of l'Aygue Longue, in the middle of the vines, a park with centenary trees and livewells nestles : Château Sénéjac. Nicolas de Bloys is the first known owner. In the 16th century, this spirited squire - husband of Jeanne Fleix - planted the first vines on the estate. In the 18th century, the castle was bought by Joseph-Ignace de Chatard, a member of the Bordeaux Parliament. In 1746, he sold Sénéjac to his nephew, Jean-Louis Baour, future mayor of Pian-Médoc, who undertook the construction of new buildings. In 1999 Charles de Guigné sold Château Sénéjac to Lorraine Cordier, also owner of Château Talbot, Grand Cru Classé in Saint-Julien. A new impulse is given to the vineyard to bring it up to the level of the best Médoc wines. Since 2011, when Lorraine Cordier passed away, her nieces Philippine and Marguerite and her nephew Gustave have taken over the family property, supported by their parents Nancy Bignon-Cordier and Jean-Paul Bignon.