Pomerol is a French red wine of protected designation of origin produced on the municipality of Pomerol. The naming Pomerol is famous for famous Petrus, one of the vineyards the rarest and the most expensive to the world. The Merlot is the vine king but is often associated with the Cabernet France, in the Cabernet Sauvignon and in the Malbec. AOC Pomerol mix sharpness and intensity. In mouth, they are flexible, fleshy and velvety with a tannic major power. They are moreover often compared with great wines of Burgundy.
Fugue de Nénin is the second wine from the famous Château Nénin in Pomerol, created in 1997. This cuvée is made from sandy-clay terroirs and the estate's young vines. It has all the charm and elegance of the appellation, with more fruit and roundness.