- Presentation of the winery
Château Talbot was ranked fourth Grand Cru in 1855, and is a key area of the Medoc. The estate vineyard is more than 100 hectares, on a ground of fine gravel in the heart of Saint-Julien appellation. The vines are composed of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The five hectares of white sauvignon are composed of Sauvignon and Semillon. Since 1917, the castle is owned by the Cordier family.
Château Talbot 2010 has a beautiful purple dress. The nose of this wine reveals beautiful aromatic nuances, like notes of sugarplum, roasting, woody notes. On the palate the wine is dense, expanded, fleshy and shows a beautiful deep, and ends with solid tannins in liquorice character.