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Château La Conseillante 2014

Bordeaux - Pomerol - Château La Conseillante

Great wine of Pomerol

$140.84
Bottle 0.75L
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Grape varieties
Cabernet Franc 22%
Merlot 78
Château La Conseillante

Château La Conseillante

The Château La Conseillante is among the elite of the greatest Pomerol wines, leaving no wine lover indifferent. It was Catherine Conseillan who, in 1735, decided to give her name to this already renowned Domaine, whose neighbors include no less famous Châteaux such as l'Evangile, Pétrus and Cheval Blanc.

In 1871, the property was acquired by the Nicolas family and today, Jean-Valmy Bertrand Nicolas represent the fifth generation to produce a great wine whose reputation has crossed borders.

The Château La Conseillante is planted on 12 hectares of vines on soils of grey clay and sandy gravel with a subsoil of red clay due to the presence of iron dross, conferring a unique singularity to the wines. 

The grape varieties are 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet franc. The wines are aged for an average of 18 months in French oak barrels, 50 to 70% of which are new. 3% of production is aged in amphorae.

The estate produces a Second wine, Duo de La Conseillante, which offers another facet of this exceptional terroir. 

The Château La Conseillante delivers quite exceptional wines, renowned for being silky, elegant and balanced in power, marked by a finesse and mineral touch found nowhere else.

Critics Château La Conseillante 2014.

Robert Parker
93/100
James Suckling
96/100
Wine Spectator
93/100
Jancis Robinson
16/20
Vinous - A. Galloni
93/100
Jean-Marc Quarin
94/100

Description Château La Conseillante 2014.

The 2014 vintage is particularly successful in Bordeaux. The flowering of the vines took place in a homogeneous way thanks to a beautiful month of May, and the summer that followed turned out to be quite cool. The months of September and October, on the other hand, will be very beautiful and warm, marked by thunderstorms at the beginning and then by a dry period accompanied by a north wind which will concentrate the berries in tannins, aromas and color.

Blend of the 2014 vintage: 78% Merlot, 22% Cabernet franc.

The robe offers a dark red color with brilliant garnet highlights slightly tiled.

The nose is seductive and concentrates notes of small black fruits, cherry, grilled almonds, truffle and violet. What an olfactory harmony.

Introduced in the mouth, it offers a creamy texture mixed with firm and silky tannins, with great depth and aromatic complexity. Juicy blackberry, black currant and pepper flavors are perceived. A long, lingering finish marks that wonderfully structured style of the best Pomerols.

Food and wine pairing:

Chateau La Conseillante 2014 would be great with beef pavé with foie gras and porcini mushrooms, veal knuckle in ham crumbs with sesame seed infused jus, truffled venison pavé, or snacked pluma of Pata Negra pork.

For a pairing with cheese, choose uncooked pressed cheeses: Edam, Gouda, Saint-nectaire, morbier, Tomme de Savoie or Salers.

For dessert, finish it off with a crispy coffee tart, Christophe Felder's Cappucino cake or a Grand Cru chocolate mousse.

Cellaring potential and tasting:

Chateau La Conseillante 2014 has tremendous cellaring potential, still able to wait in the cellar to refine. It can be enjoyed without problems until 2040.

However, it can be enjoyed wonderfully now. To do so, take care to place the bottle the night before in the serving room at a room temperature between 15 and 18°C. Ideally, open the bottle and decant it 6 to 7 hours before tasting.

The bottles should be kept in the cellar in a dark place, lying down, with an optimal hygrometric degree of 70%.

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