2014 Château la Dominique

Château La Dominique (Saint-Emilion)


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Château La Dominique produces the 2014 Château la Dominique ($57.50), a red wine from Saint-Emilion made of merlot and cabernet franc of 2014. The 2014 Château la Dominique is the ideal red to combine with game and red meat. Drinks&Co users rate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points while renowned wine experts rate it as follows: robert parker: 89.

Technical sheet · Château la Dominique

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2014 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux,France)
Winery: Château La Dominique
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Score: RP89
Grapes: Cabernet Franc, Merlot
Pairing: AppetizersMeatMushroomsCheeseRed meatGame
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Description · Château La Dominique

2014 Château la Dominique (Cabernet Franc and Merlot)

TASTING NOTES OF 2014 Château la Dominique:

  • View: violet.
  • Nose: A nose with notes of black fruits, blackberries and a slight spicy touch.
  • Mouth: large, nice tannin structure still polishing.

APPELLATION: Saint-Émilion.

VINEYARD: Château La Dominique

GRAPES: Merlot 85% Cabernet Franc 15%.

WINE PAIRING: red meat, white meat, grilled vegetables.



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. It featured in the first editions of "Bordeaux and its Wines" published by edition Féret. Mr Fayat bought the...

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Posted on at 16.20


Château la Dominique 2014

Château La Dominique 2014 reveals a beautiful red color with bright reflections. The nose is intense and seductive with ripe fruit aromas accompanied by notes of spices. The palate is round and fleshy wine with silky tannins. The finish is ample with a nice taste length.

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Pamela Miller

Posted on at 00.06

4 /5

Château la Dominique 2014

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.
Maison Luxence

Posted on at 17.10

4 /5

Château la Dominique 2014

History of the Castle A nice legend about the castle name comes from an island of the same name Caribbean, a rich merchant owner of Dominica would have given him. The origins of the domain back to the seventeenth century, when the feudal act recognized Jean Micheau as owner. In 1788, Jean Chaperon acquires the farm and the yield in 1862 to Gabriel Henri Greloud. The field of Dominica then represented 21 hectares. In 1918 the castle again changed owner and was bought by Louis Benoit Soualle. In 1955, Dominica among the first rank of Saint-Emilion as Grand Cru. In 1969, the property will eventually purchased by Clement Fayat, still today owner of Château La Dominique. Many investments have been made since, including the construction of a new winery to maintain the grandeur of the wine of Dominica. Château du Terroir between performance and environmental preservation, all the attention is brought to the plots, which are subject to accurate tracking and adapted to their specificities. Moreover, all the harvest treatment process has been optimized in order to preserve the quality of the grapes and at every stage.
Odyssee Vins

Posted on at 04.43

4 /5

Château la Dominique 2014

nose of cassis, vanilla, olive, black cherry, chocolate, espresso, with a spicy body, medium-bodied and high purity.

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Reviews about Château la Dominique 2015

Laureen Thomas
Laureen Thomas


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.

Reviews about Château la Dominique 2013

Adam Smith
Adam Smith


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.

Reviews about Château la Dominique 2011

Pamela Miller
Pamela Miller


You have to notice this 's coffee aromas. It seemed a bit salty, it reminded me the sea.
I would recommend it.