'Cru Bourgeois' estates are increasingly contesting the finest Châteaux for quality in Médoc. They have to reapply for the status every five years, so they can't rest of their laurels.
'Grand Cru' claret with refined notes of blackcurrant, rose, clove and sweet spices.
Bordeaux may be best known for its reds, but it was actually one of the original rosé producing regions.
With a classic 'left bank' nose of smoky blackberry fruit and pencil lead the palate is rich and rounded with assertive tannins, ample fruit and well integrated oak. Perfect with beef or lamb.