Bordeaux vineyards and wines are seen hardly affordable for wine lovers not experts or with a budget. But one forget that Bordeaux wines contains 60 appellations Who span 117,200 hectares.
Alongside the crus classés, Many wines are to discover with an excellent price-quality ratio, Including the Chateau COUSTAUT The Grangeotte.
Joel COUSTAUT Works wines there for decades and has adopted a very respectfull approach of nature and consumers since 2000.
The Chateau is COUSTAUT the Grangeotte is Located in Ladaux, a rural town of Entre-deux-Mers. The gold medal at the International Exhibition in Antwerp in 1930 Illustrates the history of this chateau, Who Was Known As One of the best of the pre-Second World War Bordelais. The three generations Who Succeded SINCE preserve soil clay and limestone of the vine.
Joel COUSTAUT applies to his wine the quality of the grapes combined to a high standard wine making process , in the respect of the environment and Ensuring traceability and food safety. The Chateau COUSTAUT the Grangeotte is a harmonious wine, Who Present A purple robe of red fruit aromas. The palate is round, with Throughout the tasting A fleshy sensation With The Coated tannins and fruit aromas Persistent. Made up of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Coustaut la Grangeotte Obtained Numerous Awards and the high note at 82/100 Gilbert & Gaillard.