Chateau Peymartin Saint Julien 2014
Peymartin is the second wine of Gloria, produced using the youngest vines (average 40 years-old) on the estate. After a manual harvest, the grapes are vinified in thermo regulated stainless steel vats with malolactic in barrel. Peymartin spends approximately one year in cask followed by additional aging at the estate in bottel prior to release. The ensuing style of wine is typically a lighter and more elegant St. Julien, known for its early drinkability and charming character.
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Cellaring:
Enjoy now or 7 to 10 years
Oak:
14 months in French Barriques 25% New, 25% 1 year, 50% 2 years
Nose:
Deep ruby-garnet in appearance, Peymartin is classic left-bank Bordeaux. Aromas of dried tobaco, cedar, blackcurrant, and pungent cooking spices greet the nose.
Palate:
The palate is extremely elegant with ripe, yet structured tannins balanced by firm acidity, black fruits, savory earth, and hints of toasted vanilla. A balanced and persistent finish underlines the wine's quality as well as its ability to hold up in bottle.
Varietal Composition:
69% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Franc