Carbonneau “Sequoia” Sainte-Foy Côtes de Bordeaux 2020

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Cabernet Franc & Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot | Bordeaux | France | Red Wine | Chateau Carbonneau | 2020 | 0,75 L | 14,5 %
Chateau Carbonneau "Sequoia" Sainte-Foy Côtes de Bordeaux 2020 is a premium, dry red wine, meticulously crafted from a blend of the estate's finest Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes, grown in the fertile lands of the Sainte-Foy Côtes de Bordeaux appellation in France. Named after the majestic sequoia trees that adorn the Chateau Carbonneau estate, this wine is a tribute to the winery's commitment to harmony with nature, embodying the depth, power, and elegance that the Bordeaux region is renowned for. The 2020 vintage of "Sequoia" showcases the exceptional quality of the year, offering a complex and richly layered wine that reflects the meticulous care and traditional winemaking techniques employed by Chateau Carbonneau.
Tasting notes

The “Sequoia” 2020 envelops the palate with intense flavors of ripe black fruits, such as blackcurrants and cherries, layered with notes of spice, leather, and a touch of vanilla from careful aging in oak barrels. Its robust structure is perfectly balanced by smooth tannins and a vibrant acidity, leading to a long, satisfying finish that is both luxurious and nuanced. This wine’s richness and complexity make it an outstanding example of Sainte-Foy Côtes de Bordeaux’s potential for producing exquisite red wines.


Pairing the Chateau Carbonneau “Sequoia” with rich, savory dishes like roasted game or a hearty beef stew can highlight the wine’s depth of flavor and elegant structure, creating a sumptuous dining experience. It also pairs exceptionally well with aged hard cheeses, where the intensity of the wine complements the bold flavors of the cheese, showcasing the wine’s versatility and its ability to enhance the flavors of a wide variety of culinary creations.

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Wine Searcher review

A single-varietal Cabernet Franc wine has medium body and exhibit graphite, green bell pepper and red licorice notes, with darker wines showing more cigar and leather flavors.
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