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Château Talbot Caillou Blanc [2004] Chateau Talbot Caillou Blanc [2004]

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Chateau Talbot
Château Talbot


Robert Parker, characterizing consistently Talbot, in the Médoc's best, high-quality bargains, Médoc Grand Cru of 4 grade!
And 4 luxury Chateau, owned vineyards located on the St Julian's area has 100 hectares of Château Talbot is in Médoc boasts a second magnitude.

15-century British colonial period, this area of St Julian's village was governing Talbot General. He is said for the British of Shakespeare 4 King Henry to also appeared (the Talbot generals), heroic figures. However, at the end of the hundred years war Talbot generals is here as is near Castillon in ended the era of domination by the British killed in action, this area.
Matter of fact, many people believe 'Talbot generals lost the battle to buried treasure somewhere in this field"that even now is only determined by army headquarters, this Chateau Talbot general stuff, not that of the said.

Chateau fame is increasing from 19 century and still high quality to keep Chateau. You sometimes tend to undergo second class lower rating than the Chateau [grey or Larose] District, but reversed evaluation depending on the vintage.

Enjoy St Julian wine, dark tones, soft and thick taste and deep wine.

About Chateau Talbot said D... Pepper corn
Talbot wine is traditionally famous in the stable.
Also from grey or Larose lower tannins and concentration in the whole early drinking, but on the other hand, in the wine to last well.
Talbot attractions are in harmony.
Where no San Julian more attractive. Fragrance and fruit flavors are floating around great St Julian's unique elegance.

Robert Parker Jr. " Bordeaux 4th Edition "more
 Talbot with the vast single field just behind the griot Larose have been entered inland from the Gironde River, little Saint = Julian = peishvel village in the North.
 The Talbot name was named after British Army Commander torn at the battle of Castillon in 1453, shes very Earl John, Talbot's.
If anything happens this Chateau Cordier house management under the consistently fine, macho, it and produce fruity, full-bodied wine, new rating of the Médoc was rightly promoted would. Under the new administrator is more flexible and has shifted to the more elegant style!, increased consistency of each vintage.

 At little Talbot, also a delicious dry white wine is made. (One of the best white in the Médoc's) in white to smell fresh, colorful, and is known as Caillou Blanc du Château Talbot.
However, it's best drink in 2 to 4 years after the harvest.

-General review
Talbot in high-quality, consistently one of the best bargains in the MEDOC. Vintage 1982 or 1986, yet this wine is how great will get or the evaluation indicators;

Average annual production: 300000 book
Second wine: 300000 book
Vineyard area: 102 hectares
Average age: 35 years, planting density :7.700 book
Average yield: 52hl/ha development: fermentation and maceration 3 weeks in temperature-controlled stainless steel and wooden tanks;
Ripening is 40% new barrels at 15 months.
Do the fining and light filtration.
Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon 66%, 26% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot and 3% Cabernet franc
Owner: Lorraine lustman Cordier and Nancy Binion Cordier

White: Caillou Blanc du Chateau Talbot CAYEUX Blanc du Château-Talbot
Appellation: Bordeaux Bordeaux
Average annual production amount of :3.000 cases
Area: 6 ha
Average age: 25 years
Average production of ( past 5 years ): 55hl/ha
Recipes: fermentation and growth all at 9 months. Half of the harvest is put into barrel with 1-year rest into new oak barrels.
In the meantime have been placed on the Lees and stirred frequently ( batonage ).
Not fining process before bottling is lightly filtration process will be.
Blend ratio: 84% Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon 16%
High-quality white wines he has superior Chateau Bordeaux popular "Talbot".
About 300 cases per year as released originally as a private Chateau was small-scale production is too high reputation for now.
Full-bodied and firm refined acidity is popularity.
It is enjoy rich aromas of white flowers and honey is still fresh and palatable, well-balanced flavor.

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Product description
Country France
Production Bordeaux, MEDOC district
Grape varieties 84% Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon 16%
Type White, dry
Content amount 750 ml
How to save Avoid direct sunlight, vibration, keep in place of less than 18 ° c.

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