2013 Château Fombrauge

Château Fombrauge (Saint-Emilion)

RP(86-88)WS85WE94RVF14

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Château Fombrauge produces this 2013 Château Fombrauge ($35.36), a red wine from Saint-Emilion that is based on 2013 cabernet sauvignon, malbec, cabernet franc and merlot. The 2013 Château Fombrauge is the ideal red to combine with ragout and red meat. According to Drinks&Co users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points while experts give the following rate: robert parker: (86-88) and wine spectator: 85.

Technical sheet · Château Fombrauge

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2013 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux,France)
Winery: Château Fombrauge
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Score: RP(86-88)WS85WE94RVF14
Grapes: Merlot (89%), Cabernet Franc (8%), Malbec (2%), Cabernet Sauvignon (1%)
Pairing: AppetizersMeatDuckSoups and stewsCheeseRed meatRagout
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Consumption Temp.: 16-18ºC
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Description · Château Fombrauge

2013 Château Fombrauge (Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon)

TASTING NOTES OF 2013 Château Fombrauge:

  • View: garnet.
  • Nose: aromas of red and black fruits.
  • Mouth: balanced, charming, moderately tannic wine,

APPELLATION: Saint-Emilion.

GRAPES: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot.

PAIRING: Red meats, vegetables, soft cheeses.

TEMPERATURE: 14-16 °C

ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13%

Château Fombrauge

"A Saint-Emilion Grand Cru requires a lot of passion and massive care and attention if you want to create a great vintage each year. My friends refer to Château Fombrauge as the "Great Saint-Emilion"." Bernard Magrez - Owner

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Posted on at 15.05

4/5

Château Fombrauge 2013

The wine of Château Fombrauge is on the extension of the plateau and limestone slopes of Saint-Emilion, its vast size fosters a diversity of soils and exposures that give the wine its complexity Fombrauge and identity. In March 1999, Mr. Bernard Magrez acquires domain and opens a new horizon in...
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Anonymous

Posted on at 05.02

4/5

Château Fombrauge 2013

A blend of Cabernet Franc and Merlot, this 2013 vintage, fully fermented in barrels, is very tannic. It offers a beautiful structure.
Drink or keep: 2016-2019
PAIRING: Pigeon fillet, red wine sauce
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Reviews about other vintages

Reviews about Château Fombrauge 2005

Axel Metge
Axel Metge

5/5

Good wine, fair price. In xanthurus I will buy again.
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Reviews about Château Fombrauge 2017

Albert Green
Albert Green

4/5

Fombrauge Saint-Emilion 2017
All of my friends were delighted about this wine.
This red one was lighter that I had expected. Fantastic berry aromas. I enjoyed it quite long after the last sip.
I recommend to taste it with...
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Reviews about Château Fombrauge 2016

Stevens Howard
Stevens Howard

4/5

TASTING NOTES OF 2016 Château Fombrauge:
- View: dark purple, violet reflections.
- Nose: Attractive aromas of blackberry, raspberry and stone cold.
- Mouth: medium-bodied, with fine linear but...
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Reviews about Château Fombrauge 2015

Paul Wing
Paul Wing

4/5

I had tried Château Fombrauge with some wine enthusiasts.
It's red with a violet edge. Tea aromas. Its flavour reminds me of wild berries.
I had it with cod. Very good.
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Reviews about Château Fombrauge 2014

Gloria Kent
Gloria Kent

4/5

I took the Château Fombrauge wine with grilled vegetables. I have shared a bottle with my boss in more than one occasion.
Reddish towards brown. Black Currant aromas. Very light and complex.
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