Saint Julien is a French red wine of protected designation of origin produced in the Médoc, one of the subdivisions of the vineyard of Bordeaux. It is the smallest naming of the Medoc. Saint Julien's vineyard is rather exceptional grouping 11 classified vineyards. AOC Saint Julien are at the same time harmonious, powerful and fine with a fleshy, ample and well-balanced mouth. Finale is long and fruity, spiced.
Chateau du Glana with its second wine Le Pavillon du Glana en Saint Julien is dense and well-balanced. This estate is highly reputed within the appellation, producing wines of great quality, with smooth, silky tannins.The wine is aged for 12 months in oak barrels, 15% of which are new.
You'll be surprised by the drinkability of this second wine, Les Fiefs de Lagrange. This vintage was one of the lowest production years for this cuvée. As they say, quality before quantity: lots of freshness, silky tannins and great elegance. A great success!
Vineyard Saint-Julien " grands crus classés en 1855", Château Gloria is an amasing Bordeaux.
Château Beychevelle Bordeaux Appellation : Saint Julien 4ème Grand Cru Classé Vines : 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc, 4% Petit Verdot