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2012 Chateau La Fleur Morange Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

2012 Chateau La Fleur Morange Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

Old Vines - 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc

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La Fleur Morange owns some of the oldest vines in the Right Bank.

Many of their Merlot vines are over 100 years old! They have some Cabernet Franc that is over 70 years of age. Those old vines, which offer only a small amount of grapes, provide very concentrated fruit, give this wine a unique character.

The effort begins like all great wineries in the vineyard. At Chateau La Fleur Morange, debudding, crop thinning up to four times, two deleafings all take place in an effort to reduce yields.

It is the goal of the estate to try and pick the fruit when it’s fully ripe. Yields are often low at La Fleur Morange. For example, in 2009, they were only 25 hectoliters per hectare.

To produce the wine of Chateau La Fleur Morange, After a 6-day cold soak at 3 degrees Celsius, the wine must is fermented in unique, 50 hectoliter, truncated, stainless steel, conical-shaped tanks with dual insulated walls. These vats isolate the wine from eventual temperature swings in the cellar.

They were the first of their kind in the Bordeaux region. Next, the wine sees a 30-day maceration. Pigeage, malolactic fermentation, and sur lies aging all take place in 100% new, French oak barrels.

The wine of Chateau La Fleur Morange is aged in 100% new French oak for about 18 months.

Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Type of Wine: Red
Bottle Size: 750mL

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