“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.”
“TASTING NOTES OF 2011 Château Soutard:
- View: violet red
- Nose: aromas of fennel, black raspberry truffle
- Mouth: medium Housi, a round finish, full of cherries
APPELLATION: St Emilion (France)
VINEYARD: Château Soutard
GRAPES: Merlot, Cabernet Franc
MMARIDAJE WINE: meats, soft cheeses.
TEMPERATURE: 14-16 °CC
“This Cabernet Franc is very pleasing to the eye. Aromas of coffee and wood. The texture of this wine from Château Soutard was oily.
The Chateau Soutard G Cru Classe grows up with a good Iberian ham by side.
I gave it to my brother as a gift and he enjoyed it very much.”
very sweet, New World style nose with oodles of liquorices and plum; soft entry on the palate, which is quite linear and lacks depth, a touch of burnt toast on the raisin-tinged finish
VINEYARD: Château Soutard”
“The best to enjoy with friends.
Red colour followed by reddish brown. The smell of this Chateau Soutard G Cru Classe somehow reminds me a menthol candy. I liked it because it left my mouth a bit harsh.
I took this Saint-Emilion between meals.”
“Soutard The castle covers an area of 22 hectares planted with 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc. The St Emilion offers fleshy wines, spicy and often marked by a fruity note. The great king Louis XIV had nicknamed "Nectar of the Gods". The 1964 vintage was a pretty good year but very irregular both red and white, the capricious weather has played with the nerves of the owners. We had to choose the right window of opportunity to carry out the harvest.”