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2009 Château La Dominique


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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2009 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux, France)
Winery: Château La Dominique
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Grapes: Merlot (82%), Cabernet Sauvignon (2%), Cabernet Franc (16%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14.5%

Description of 2009 Château La Dominique

2009 Château La Dominique (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc)

A wealthy merchant who made his fortune in the Caribbean island acquired this property in the late eighteenth century and named in memory of this successful period of his life. She appeared in the early editions of Bordeaux and its wines Feret Ed. Mr. Fayat bought the property in 1969. Covering an area of ​​22.5 hectares, significant work was undertaken in the vineyard and in the winery and gives pride of place today.

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Château La Dominique

Château La Dominique

A rich merchant who made his fortune in this Caribbean island acquired this property at the end of the XVIIIth century and he named it in memory of this successful period of his life.

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Reviews of 2009 Château La Dominique


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Château La Dominique 2009 was suggestive

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Matches quite well with cheese. Perfect wine to share with friends.
The colour was rather dark red. Aromas of pipe tobacco. Distinctive oxidation notes on the palate.
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Laureen Thomas


We drank it at a meeting with friends.
Typical opacity of a Château La Dominique. Toasty aromas. It was harsh in the mouth for a Saint-Emilion.
As I had it between meals I could not pair it.
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Pamela Miller


Brownish red edges. The Saint-Emilion smells like cherry, licorice. It was not pleasant, it was oxidized.
A Château la Dominique that we had as a dessert of a good meal.
At the a friend's wedding.
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Adam Smith

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