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2017 Château Soutard

75cl Volume


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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2017 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux, France)
Winery: Château Soutard
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Château Soutard produces this 2017 Château Soutard ($54.05), a red wine from Saint-Emilion harvested in 2017.

Description of 2017 Château Soutard

2017 Château Soutard


  • View: Shown in glass of bright ruby ​​color.
  • Nose: The nose is complex aromas of mint and fruit.
  • Mouth: Ample, generous, frank attack, complex notes of red fruits, quince jelly, good finish with small tannins fine and delicate.

APPELLATION: Saint-Emilion.

VINEYARD: Winery Château Soutard.

GRAPES: Merlot (70%), Cabernet Franc (30%).

AGEING: 18 months in French oak barrels.

PREPARATION: Made with traditional farming methods respect the maximum the environment. Manual harvesting and selective collection. The clusters are carefully transferred to the cellar where wine grapes spilling gravity tanks starts. Fermentation takes place in small wooden vats and stainless steel. the process is finished in French oak barrels for 18 months. It is bottled unfiltered and rests in the cellar to continue its evolution before going on sale.

WINE PAIRING: This combines perfectly with red stews and casseroles, stews, red meats and roasts.


ALCOHOL: 13.5%

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The Winery

Château Soutard

As far back as 1513, Mayne de Soutard appears in records as an estate surrounding a farm and mill.

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Reviews of 2017 Château Soutard

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Reviews of other vintages of 2017 Château Soutard201520142013


Aromas of cherry, licorice. Delicious, tasty, liked it.
Château Soutard is good.
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Geena Richardson


I tried it in a bar.
Deep red cherry colour. Good scents of red fruits of this Château Soutard. Warm and tasty.
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Geena Richardson


We paired it with meat. I would not have drunk it with meat, it was not proper. Wine and friends always pairs very well .
Red wine with reddish brown edges. Strong smell of berries. This red is a bit acidic.
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John Mccarthy