Chateau Vermont is a charming 19th Century Château surrounded by 40 hectares of vines. Fourth Generation wine cultivators David and Elisabeth Labat have carried the torch and built upon the foundation laid by previous generations. In 2011, the couple made major renovations to the estate by modernizing the winery, increased vine density, and replaced old vines with sustainable rootstock. Thanks to the qualitative efforts and investments put into the property, the Château Vermont is well on the way to regaining the high rank it once held in the 19th century.
This lovely wine is a testament to why some of the best value wines in the world are produced in Bordeaux. We recommend to all of our private clients: Buy petite chateau in high-quality vintages and stock up on everyday value wines like this. With no oak, there is a purity and delicious snap to this wine that makes you want to drink more. Share it with friends and they will be shocked at what you paid for this.
Tasting Notes: Red Wine. This wine is remarkably balanced and harmonious. The nose releases a pleasant bouquet. It is a mix of red berries, and plums highlighting the merits of the dominant Merlot. The palate reveals concentration and roundness with a harmonious balance between the aromatic structure and a toasted finish. To enjoy immediately, but can be aged between 5 and 7 years.
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