60 % Grenache-40 % Syrah
12 x 750 ml
RP: 90-92/100 - "The 2011 Chateau de Bord is largely accessed from a vineyard in the southern part of the appellation called Grandes Serres. This 300-case cuvee spent 18 months in old barrels.It is dense ruby color followed by notes of lavender, kirsh,new saddle leather, bouquet garni and licorice. This spicy, medium to full body should drink well for the next 7 to 10 years.
|Area||54 acres - Yields|
|Soil||Mix of clay and limestone|
|Wine Making||Picking of the Syrah at perfect maturity and the Grenache at a stage of over maturity. Hand picked in small boxes and first grape selection in the vineyard.|
|Annual Production||13600 bottles|
|History of Estate(s)||Built in Roman time, the chateau de Bord in Laudun belonged to the Vicaires of Uzes during the 11th Century followed by the count of Toulouse later.|