Château Haut-Bernat 2014 – Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion


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Purchased in 1991 by Dominique Bessineau (also owner of Château Côte Montpezat), this small vineyard of 6 hectares, located on a satellite appellation of Saint-Emilion, underwent a complete restoration. It is equipped with an ultra modern winery for vinification and storage.

The homogeneity of the terroir and the ideal grape varieties associated with the most modern winemaking techniques make it possible to produce wines of surprising richness and complexity.

With an average age of 30 years, the vineyards of Château Haut Bernat are mostly planted with Merlot grapes, on a clay-limestone plateau and sandy clay. The magic of this vineyard is to be able to harvest it all in one day, which allows to wait for the optimal maturity of the grapes. With deliberately controlled yields, the clay-dominated terroir produces powerful and deep wines. In order to excel these characters, this wine is aged for 12 months in 40% new French oak barrels.

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