Reserve-Prieure-St-Flaurent-Bordeaux-375ml-2015

Reserve Prieure St. Flaurent, (Bordeaux) 375ml, 2016

“The 6.25 hectare Right Bank vineyard of Chateau Le Prieure is located on the border of St. Emilion and Pomerol. The vineyards are a bit spread out in different terroirs, some of which are located not far from Chateau Trottevieille , while other parcels are closer to Chateau Troplong Mondot , Chateau Pavie -Macquin and Chateau La Clotte . The terroir consists of thin layers of clay over limestone soils. The vineyards are planted to 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc. They have old vines. On average the vines are kept at an average of 41 years of age The vine density is 7,100 vines per hectare. Since 2008, the vineyard has practiced only sustainable farming management. Starting with the 2016 vintage, the estate moved to using only 100% organic and biodynamic farming techniques.” -The Wine Cellar Insider

Size: TE - 375 ml, ½ b
Bin: C9747
Varietal: Bordeaux Red
Type: Red
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Winery: Reserve Prieure St. Flaurent
UPC: 015643413346
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$334.80 $238.80
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Size: TE - 375 ml, ½ b
Bin: C9747
Varietal: Bordeaux Red
Type: Red
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Winery: Reserve Prieure St. Flaurent
UPC: 015643413346
Description

“The 6.25 hectare Right Bank vineyard of Chateau Le Prieure is located on the border of St. Emilion and Pomerol. The vineyards are a bit spread out in different terroirs, some of which are located not far from Chateau Trottevieille , while other parcels are closer to Chateau Troplong Mondot , Chateau Pavie -Macquin and Chateau La Clotte . The terroir consists of thin layers of clay over limestone soils. The vineyards are planted to 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc. They have old vines. On average the vines are kept at an average of 41 years of age The vine density is 7,100 vines per hectare. Since 2008, the vineyard has practiced only sustainable farming management. Starting with the 2016 vintage, the estate moved to using only 100% organic and biodynamic farming techniques.” -The Wine Cellar Insider