Purpur mit satter Mitte. Opulentes Bouquet mit eingekochten dunklen Kirschen, Veilchen und Schokotrüffeln, dahinter Lakritze und Brasiltabak. Am kräftigen Gaumen mit seidiger Textur und mehligem Extrakt, ein dichtes Muskelpaket mit engmaschigem Tanningerüst. Im gebündelten leicht austrocknenden Finale zerstossene Wildkirschen und Schlehensaft. Wie immer kein Charmeur, sondern mit wilder, ungezügelter Kraft unterwegs.
The 2019 Fombrauge has a delightful, very pure and opulent bouquet with vivid blackberries, blueberry and vanilla. The oak is nicely assimilated. The palate is well balanced with succulent ripe tannins, well judged acidity and a lightly spiced finish that lingers with just a dab of salted liquorice. This is showing a great deal of promise.
Perfumed nose of dried flowers, sandalwood, pine cones, currants, cassis, cloves, walnuts and spiced plums. It’s medium-to full-bodied with polished, ripe and creamy tannins. Plush and velvety with a supple, fresh finish. Drink from 2024.
Chateau Fombrauge | 33330 Saint-Christophe-des-Bardes | Frankreich
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Château Fombrauge is the largest Grand Cru Classé of Saint-Emilion with a vineyard stretching on 58.60 hectares (143 ac.). It is its exceptional surface area that gives the soil a unique character... A typicity in diversity. Diversity of soils but also multiple exposures donate Château Fombrauge’s wine complexity and identity. To express the richness of this soil, Bernard Magrez combines in Château Fombrauge ancestral knowledge and viticulture of precision. The result? An exquisite wine, a Grand Cru Classé of Saint-Emilion. The first written mentions of Fombrauge date back to about six centurie ago. In 1466, a medieval squire, named Jacques de Canolle, declares himself Lord of Fombrauge after having acquired the property. According to historians, his family is descendant of Sir Robert Knowles,an illustrious English captain whose opponent was Du Guesclin, grand Seneschal of Guyenne who died in 1407. His grand-son, Peter Canolle, succeeded him in 1575. He was a man of knowledge and ennobled by its treasurer of France responsabilty and became burgher of the city of Bordeaux. He rapidly started working to grow his land by planting the first vines... On the eve of the seventeenth century, Fombrauge Estate is transmitted by alliance to the Dumas family and from this day on, will therefore be called Dumas of Fombrauge.