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Château de Pressac 2007


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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2007 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux, France)
Cellar: Château de Pressac
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
The Château de Pressac 2007 is a red wine made by Château de Pressac from Saint-Emilion made of 2007 grapes. At Drinks&Co, this red wine scores an average rate of 0 of 5 points.


Château de Pressac 2007


  • View: Château de Pressac 2007 is purple with purple hues
  • Nose: The nose has a good harmony between the grape and wood.
  • Mouth: These qualities are confirmed on the palate with elegant tannin structure and promising.

PAIRING: with mushrooms, red and white meat and soft cheeses

GRAPES: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Merlot

CELLAR: Château de Pressac

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The Winery

Château de Pressac

If the chateaux gods descended and offered me my own property, this would definitely be on my top five short-list. The location is pretty much perfect; to the east of Saint Emilion, at the highest point of the village of St Etienne de Lisse, on a limestone plateau 80 metres above sea level and surrounded by steep terraced hillsides. The views are stunning in every direction, and it is not surprising to learn that it is a spot with great historical significance. On second thoughts, perhaps as an English woman I should not be so enamoured with the view, as this is the place that, on July 20, 1453, the English surrendered after the Battle of Castillon, thereby ending 300 years of easy, tax-free access to Bordeaux wines.

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