Chateau Pavie St.Emilion 1er GCC 2021

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Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot | Bordeaux | France | Red Wine | Chateau Pavie | 2021 | 0,75 L | 13 %
Chateau Pavie St. Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classé 2021 is a dry red wine, crafted predominantly from Merlot, with smaller proportions of Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, sourced from the prestigious St. Emilion appellation in Bordeaux, France. This wine exemplifies the exceptional quality and elegance expected from a Premier Grand Cru Classé estate, reflecting Chateau Pavie's commitment to meticulous vineyard management and traditional winemaking techniques. The 2021 vintage showcases the rich terroir of St. Emilion, known for producing wines with depth, complexity, and refined structure.
Tasting notes

Chateau Pavie St. Emilion 1er GCC 2021 reveal an opulent bouquet of black cherry, plum, and cassis, intertwined with notes of violet, graphite, and a touch of cedar. On the palate, it offers a full-bodied texture with velvety tannins and vibrant acidity, featuring flavors of ripe dark fruits, mocha, and a hint of minerality, leading to a long, luxurious finish. This wine is celebrated for its balance, intensity, and the harmonious integration of fruit, oak, and terroir.


Chateau Pavie St. Emilion 1er GCC 2021 pairs beautifully with rich, savory dishes such as beef Wellington, roasted lamb, or venison, where its robust structure and complex flavors complement the depth of the meat. It also enhances the flavors of aged cheeses and dishes with truffle or mushroom sauces, providing a luxurious and satisfying dining experience.

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Wine Searcher review

Cabernet Sauvignon wines shows a strong body, high acidity and high levels of tannins. A bouquet is very intensive, with black berries and spices. Very often these wines has great aging potential.
Saint Emilion is one of the key appellations of the Right bank as well all of Bordeaux. Due to the weather Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes are dominant here. Wines are saturated, fruity, with toasted aromas and even slightly sweet. Before falling in love with the dry Médoc wines, wine lovers usually dip their toes into the Saint Emilion ones first. Since 1955 the region follows the Premier Grand Cru classification system. Unlike the Left bank, Saint Emilion changes its wine house classification every 10 years.
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