Chateau Joanin Becot Cotes de Castillon 2018

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Cabernet Franc & Merlot | Bordeaux | France | Red Wine | Chateau Joanin Becot | 2018 | 0,75 L | 14,5 %
Chateau Joanin Becot Cotes de Castillon 2018 is a full-bodied, dry red wine, meticulously crafted from a blend predominantly made of Merlot, with a touch of Cabernet Franc, hailing from the Cotes de Castillon appellation in Bordeaux, France. This wine is a reflection of the winery's dedication to capturing the terroir's unique characteristics, utilizing sustainable viticulture practices to produce a wine that is rich in flavor and complexity. The 2018 vintage stands out for its structure, depth, and the seamless integration of fruit and oak, making it an excellent example of the quality and value found in the Cotes de Castillon.
Tasting notes

Chateau Joanin Becot 2018 reveals a generous palate of ripe black cherries, plums, and blackcurrants, elegantly layered with notes of vanilla, cocoa, and a hint of spice from its aging in oak barrels. Its velvety tannins and balanced acidity culminate in a smooth, lingering finish, showcasing the wine’s craftsmanship and the expressive potential of the region. This wine’s rich aromatic profile and refined elegance make it a standout selection for enthusiasts seeking to explore the nuances of Bordeaux’s right bank.


Pairing the Chateau Joanin Becot Cotes de Castillon 2018 with hearty dishes such as grilled lamb chops, beef bourguignon, or a rich vegetarian moussaka can amplify the wine’s depth and complement its tannic structure. It also pairs exceptionally well with aged hard cheeses, where the complexity of the wine and the intensity of the cheese create a harmonious and indulgent tasting experience. These food pairings not only enhance the enjoyment of the wine but also showcase its versatility in complementing a broad spectrum of flavors, making it a sophisticated choice for diverse culinary occasions

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Original price was: 42.00 €.Current price is: 29.40 €.

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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