Founded in the 6th century, Baronnie Du Bruil is the oldest vineyard in the Médoc region. Clay and limestone dominate in the average age of vineyards over 20 years and are managed by the grass to manage the best productivity and quality.
The blend of 54% Merlot, 43% Cabernet Sauvignon and 3% Petit Verdot
The preliminary processing process is carried out in small tanks. After the fermentation process, the wine was brewed for about a year in the mixture of French and American oak barrels, of which 10% were new barrels.
Clear, medium ruby color Clean with medium intensity aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry, black plum, licorice, clove, jamminess, leather, cigar box, forest floor, blackcurrant leave Dry, Medium acidity, Medium body, High tannin, Medium alcohol, Medium finish, Very good wine to drink now, suitable for aging.