Château de Parsac, Benjamin de Rothschild, Montagne Saint-Emilion, AOC, dry, red 0.75L

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Product description

Parsac is the name of a small village situated in the famous Saint-Emilion region, this typical french village is dominated by an old 12th century roman style church. Parsac used to be an independant wine appellation before joining the Montagne Saint-Emilion appellation The vineyard of château de Parsac spreads on 20 hectares of south facing slopes next to Parsac village.
Net Weight
0.75 kg
Country/Zone of Origin
Origin of Wine – Still
France – Bordeaux – Bordeaux
With Colorant
Wine Quality
Order Amount
0.75 l
Alcohol by Volume
Contains sulphites

Nutritional values per 100 ml

274 kJ / 65.5 kcal
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Tasting Notes

Black fruit overtones (morello cherry) with delicate nuances of fresh spice and chocolate. Strats out crunchy, going on to reveal particularly elegant tannin and a beautiful freshness that lasts until the end of the fruit aftertaste. Enjoyable as of now, but can improve for the next 5-6 years.

Warning Hints

Drink responsibly.

Manufacturer instruction

Storage Conditions
Store in a cool place.