Couvent des Jacobins, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé 2010
Deep and shiny ruby in colour, this 2010 vintage has a rich nose of black fruits and toast. Racy in the mouth with ample volume and a a density coming from a well-ripened fruit. Tannins are well extracted and silky, with good freshness and acidity levels.
Type: Red Country of Origin: France Region: Bordeaux Alcohol by vol: 14.5% Volume: 750ml
About The Winery
Anchored in the history of Saint–Émilion, le Couvent des Jacobins holds the promise of unforgettable authenticity. The cellar is situated on the site of a 13th century Dominican monastery, in the heart of the commune.
Sitting at the top of the famous medieval village, the Couvent des Jacobins is one of the rare wineries where the wines are vinified, raised and stored under one roof. For Jean and Joinaud family owners, winemaking is a way of life that has been emphasises fitnesse and balance.