A blend of 71% Merlot, 27% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Cabernet Franc.
Deep ruby color, aromas of cherries, raspberries and ripe plums, with slightly herbal note of mint. On the palate, notes of toast and tobacco, with a savory finish.
This Bordeaux blend is dry, with round tannins and a fresh acidity.
Cru Bourgeois Classification
The Cru Bourgeois classification lists some of the châteaux from the Médoc that were not included in the 1855 Classification of Crus Classés, or Classed Growths. Notionally, Cru Bourgeois is a level below Cru Classé, but still of high quality.The wines are a great value for the quality.
About the producer
In 1932, Chateau des Granges d’Or was rated as Cru Bourgeois in Bordeaux region.
The Chateau is located in the Bordeaux Medoc legal production area, where soil is a mixture of clay, gravel and limestone. Vineyards are planted according to the principles of nature and humanity and every task is carried out after careful consideration of the environment and the maintenance of the vines.