Madame Francoise Bouché from Château Champarel makes on the highest point and the best terroir of Pécharmant one of the best wines from the Bergerac. With more than 50 years of experience the wines are better than ever, think of a Pomerol or very fine Saint-Emilion
Region: AOC Pécharmant, Bergerac
Grape variety and soil: 55% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc Soil: Argilo Calcaire, layer on limestone rock
Taste: Deep red fruits like blue and black berries, plums, very complex and layered with the right touch of oak very well integrated. Rich and full body and good freshness, fine strong but ripe tannins, long after taste
Wine pairing: Lamb, duck, confits or breasts other red meats, game, cêpes, truffels and hard cheeses
Serving Temperature: 16-17°C, big sized red wine glass type Bordeaux. Open 4 hours in advance or decant before serving or keep until 2030
Vinification: Natural vinification with local yeasts on 1/3 new oak barrels and 2/3 (2-6 years) for 18-24 months according vintage in a real cellar, and aging on the bottle 2-3 years. Alcohol content: 14,5%, SO2 <70mg total
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