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Chateau Tour du Pas St Georges ST EMILION 2015

Chateau Tour du Pas St Georges ST EMILION
Category: Wine > Red Wine
Alcohol: 14.0%
Unit Size: 75.0 cl
Body: c - Medium
Maturity: Ready to drink
Retail: £20.99
Stock: Only 4 left
Martinez Ref: FRBDXR121

Tasting Note

The commune of St. Georges lies to the south of the town of Montagne and to the east of Libourne, the centre of the wine trade on the right (north) bank of the River Dordogne. St. Georges is the leading satellite appellation of the more famous St. Émilion, known by lovers of fine Bordeaux as an area of prime Merlot vines. The St. Georges vineyards lie immediately to the north separated from the plateau of St. Émilion itself by the small Barbanne River. It was granted its own A.O.C. status in 1936. To the west and north west the vineyards of Pomerol are located.