Chateau Turcaud are a perennial award winning family run estate, the wines are made with passion and pride by the Roberts. The winery is located is located in the heart of the Entre-Deux-Mers, between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers, 35 kilometres east of the city of Bordeaux and 20 kilometres south of Saint Emilion, next to La Sauve Majeure Abbey, a UNESCO world heritage site. The vineyard is set on gentle slopes, at approximately 100 meters’ altitude, on silt soils that frequently contain gravel and sometimes clay.

Tasting Notes

The Château Turcaud Rouge brings to the palate a freshness and a good length with a persistent fruitiness. A blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon with a beautiful garnet-red colour with purple highlights. Spicy (pepper, clove and eucalyptus), blackberry and red fruit aromas with toasty, smoky, and forest floor overtones. The freshness on the nose is also to be found on the palate. Good, long, fruity aftertaste. The tannin becomes more round and the wine altogether more balanced after several months bottling.