1936 Château la Gaffelière

Château La Gaffelière (Saint-Emilion)

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Château La Gaffelière produces the 1936 Château la Gaffelière , a red wine from Saint-Emilion based on the best merlot from 1936. The 1936 Château la Gaffelière is the ideal red to combine with red meat and cheese.

Technical sheet · Château la Gaffelière

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 1936 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux,France)
Winery: Château La Gaffelière
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Merlot
Pairing: AppetizersMeatMushroomsCheeseRed meat
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Description · Château La Gaffelière

1936 Château la Gaffelière (Merlot)

TASTING NOTES OF 1936 Château la Gaffelière:

  • View: 1936 Château la Gaffelière has a cherry color upper middle layer with trim tiles.
  • Nose: Certifies good nose aromas of ripe red fruit, and other fine wood Datil, pastry and vanilla sensations
  • Mouth: some astringency but at the same time amargosa sweet feeling stride, active, balanced and fruity memories in the aftertaste to licorice stick.


GRAPES: Merlot and Cabernet Franc

BODEGA: Château Magnan the Gaffelière

Château La Gaffelière

Château La Gaffelière seems emerging from History. Through the presence of its vines since the Gallo-Roman era, its name dragged from the leprous hospital or « gaffet » in the mediaeval epoch, and the owners grand genealogy ; the Malet Roquefort family, living for 4 centuries in Saint-Emilion, is...

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Reviews about Château la Gaffelière 2017

Charles Walcott
Charles Walcott


I like to surprise my family with this wine.
Has a strong colour. In my opinion, the most noticeable smell is raspberry. Fleshy, smoothy.
We had it with a deer stew.

Reviews about Château la Gaffelière 2016

Edward Harris
Edward Harris


I opened the bottle for my best friend.
It had a deep colour at first sight. Smells of wood. Softer than 2016.
I enjoyed it with a beef dish.
Jacky Hughes
Jacky Hughes


- View: intense and deep purple.
- Nose: gourmand nose, notes of wild berries such as blueberry and cassis, and licorice stick.
- Mouth: full and intense, precise and well integrated tannins. Final fresh, vibrant with good tension.

APPELLATION: Saint-Emilion Grand Cru.
VINEYARD: 22 hectares vineyard nestled among the hills of Ausone and Pavia.
GRAPES: Merlot and Cabernet Franc.

AGEING: aged between 14 and 16 months in French oak barrels (50% new wood).

PAIRING: beef with beer sauce, Bordelaise entrecote, rabbit sauce Marengo.