The winery Château Carbonnieux elaborates this Château Carbonnieux , a red wine from Pessac-Léognan from the petit verdot, cabernet franc, merlot and cabernet sauvignon grapes. The Château Carbonnieux is the ideal red to combine with birds and roast. At Drinks&Co, this red wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.
“Color: Purple intense | Nose: Small red fruit, Zan, small black berries, light mineral | Palate: Ample mouth, fresh, a little tight tannins, a little final asséchante | Evolution: Aging potential 5 to 20 years |”
“2015 - Non contractual picture. The 2013 Red Château Carbonnieux has a distinguished aromatic structure and very elegant! A beautiful wooded give it body. The nose is dominated by black currant scents. In the mouth it is the expression of a great terroir with a nice tannic texture. domain Château Carbonnieux”
“Brand: CHÂTEAU CARBONNIEUX | Classification: Cru Classé de Graves | Country: France | Bordeaux | Type: Red Wines | Vintage: 2013 | Volume: 75cl | Appellation: AOC Pessac-Leognan | Cru Classé de Graves | School Alcohol: 12. 5% / Vol. | Description: The color is dark, dense enough red with purple reflections. The nose is open and expressive. The nose reveals notes of toast and red fruit, black cherry. After swirling, spicy and slightly smoky aromas dominate the fruit. The set is rounded and pleasant. The attack is frank. The assembly is balanced, upright, with a powerful tannic structure. The finish remains round and aromatic with a dominance of red fruits. The finish is long. The general harmony of this wine is balanced between the freshness of its aromas and its powerful tannins but still young. | Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation”
“Founded in the thirteenth century by the Benedictine Abbey of the Holy Cross, the Carbonnieux Castle is among the oldest in Bordeaux. In 1956, Marc Perrin acquired the castle becomes the 1959 classified growth in red and white. Today is Eric and Philibert, his grandchildren son who took over after the immense work of his father Antony.”
“This 2011 red Château Carbonnieux is a great success in a difficult vintage where ripening Cabernet Sauvignon was slow but successful thanks to the good weather in September. The red fruit aromas are marked accented with toasted notes, and mouth, matter is fleshy with harmonious tannins. The red Carbonnieux vineyard is located on a beautiful gravel rump naturally drained. Within the Pessac-Léognan appellation, this prestigious terroir is remarkable for its morphology and the diversity of its soils. Find the wines of Château Carbonnieux currently for sale at The Golden Bottle: Château Carbonnieux red and white Pessac-Léognan wine cabinet, wine cabinet Grand Cru de Graves.”
“TASTING NOTES OF Chateau Carbonnieux Grand Cru Classe de Graves 2010:
- View: intense red color
- Nose: floral aromas and red fruit
- Mouth: velvety, long finish
APPELLATION: Pessac Leognan (France)
VINEYARD: Chateau Carbonnieux
GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot
AGEING: 9 months in barrels
PAIRING: cheeses, meats
TEMPERATURE: 16 °C
“It had a deep colour at first sight. Smells of wood. Pleasent, well-balanced.
It is better not to pair this with food, as otherwise its fabulous taste might not be appreciated adequately.
At a friend's wedding.”
“Color: Purple intense | Nose: Its bouquet is discreet but expresses beautiful cooked grape notes | Palate: a well married wooded which lets show through the fruit. This Pessac will be more talkative after a stay in ca. . . | Evolution: Aging potential 5 to 20 years |”
Sweet and sour cherry notes intermixed with notions of new saddle leather, burning embers, and tobacco leaf; medium-bodied with considerable grace, finesse, and elegance
VINEYARD: Château Carbonnieux”
“Château Carbonnieux 2005 is a great red wine from Bordeaux Pessac-Léognan and Graves Grand Cru. Learn more about the state of the bottle can be found below in the description of the wine, information on the general state of bottle, the state of the label and the level of wine in the bottle. You can also request a photo of the bottle by sending us a message. Learn more about the 2005 vintage For the best wines and the best names of the vintage, in France and elsewhere in the world, see our vintage guide. The wines of Château Carbonnieux Browse the selection of wines from Château Carbonnieux currently for sale at The Golden Bottle.”
“This vintage is one of the oldest from the very old soil of Graves. It is located on a high point of the commune of Léognan, composed of a gravelly lightly inclined soil towards the North-West, and perfectly drained
GRAPES: Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec
APPELLATION: Bordeaux Rouge”
“Brand: CASTLE CARBONNIEUX | Country: France | Bordeaux | Type: Wine Red Wine | Vintage: 2001 | Volume: Bottle (75cl) | Appellation: AOC Pessac-Leognan | School Alcohol: 12.5% / Vol. | Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation”
“The Château Carbonnieux is a classified growth both for its white wines and red wines since 1953 and is the only one to maintain an area almost equal parts in White and Red.
The castle of Cabonnieux covers an area of 92 hectares of vines, planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot. Seductive in their youth, red Carbonnieux get better in vieilissant and reveal all their aromas after a more than 5-year guard.”
“TASTING NOTES OF Château Carbonnieux Grand Cru Classé de Graves 1986:
- View: beautiful garnet color.
- Nose: peony accents, smoked.
- Mouth: red fruits, soft tannins and well maintained with freshness in the final.
VINEYARD: Château Carbonnieux
GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon 55%. Merlot 35%. Cabernet franc by 5%. Petit Verdot 5%.
WINE PAIRING: Roasted chicken, steak.
TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C”
“For 30 years.
The castle of Cabonnieux covers an area of 92 hectares of vines, planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot. Seductive in their youth, red Carbonnieux get better in vieilissant and reveal all their aromas after a more than 5-year guard. The 1984 vintage was sold en primeur too much and ended up at bargain prices wine fairs to the delight of consumers.”
“Château Carbonnieux 1983Pessac-Léognan -Cru Ranked GravesLe of 1983 is an attractive, fleshy, spicy and juicy, with elegant fruity cherry. A sweet and savory texture, light tannins and a supple finish. Drink now. Since the 1980s, CARBONNIEUX produces excellent red and white wines in the classic style of Pessac Léognan. The whites are made up of about two-thirds of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon third and two thirds of red Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot third. The white wines are fermented in barrels and spend another 10 months in barrels on the lees, including a new third each year. Red spend 18 months in barrels that are also a new third party. Also try nosgrands vintages of Château Carbonnieux.”
“The communes of Pessac belong to the large production area serious. The poor and gravelly soil nourishes very delicate wine, full bodied and fruity. The 1981 vintage is a somewhat underrated vintage because austere in its infancy. He has developed well and can still offer good bottles.”
“I had it with fish, but I didn't like the fish, and therefore the wine didn't taste right. Everyone whose tried it , enjoys it.
Red intense cherry colour and very high layer. Aromas of red fruit jelly, with notes of green pepper. Strong flavours of red fruits.”
“Amazing cherry colour. The smell of violets, cherry and licorice was noticeable. with a rough taste.
I took it with an octopus and liked it.
Drinking it with a lover for a romantic dinner is perfect.”