Terroir & Winemaking
Terroir : The soils are composed of fine, sandy & deep gravels give this wine finesse and elegance.Winemaking : Ripeness is checked every day by tasting and by analysing the grapes. On the great day, the harvested fruit is screened twice on sorting tables. 8 pairs of hands get busy, picking out the fragments of vegetation and foreign bodies that remain. The juice from the transporter and the sorting tables is then put aside. In our winery, we have thirty temperature-regulated stainless steel tanks of different sizes ranging from 88 hectolitres to 200 hectolitres. For more than ten years, we have adopted the practice of letting the must settle from fruit that was mechanically harvested. We also allow the grapes to macerate for six to eight days at 4 to 5°C (39 to 41°F) prior to fermentation. Our equipment enables us to regulate the vinification temperature according to the condition of the fruit. Further maceration after fermentation finishes lasts for two to three weeks and contributes colour stability to the wine while improving the quality of its tannins.Our ambition is to produce balanced wines that are characteristic of our appellation and representative of the South Medoc terroir.
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Château Cambon La Pelouse
CRU BOURGEOIS EXCEPTIONNEL
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The Enthusiast 100 – The best wines of the year 2019
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