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Château Talbot 2017

75cl Volume

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2017 Other vintages
Appellation:Saint-Julien (Bordeaux, France)
Winery: Château Talbot
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
375ml, Magnum and 6L
Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon (68%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
The Château Talbot 2017 (£49.41) of Château Talbot: a red wine from Saint-Julien vinified with cabernet sauvignon from 2017.

Description of Château Talbot 2017

Château Talbot 2017 (Cabernet Sauvignon)

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: medium purple garnet.
  • Nose: aromas of flower, blackberry, clove, bay leaf.
  • Mouth: The palate medium bodied, fine but firm tannins, notes of black fruit.

APPELLATION: Saint Julien.

GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot.

AGEING: Aged for 14-16 months in new barrels (40%) and nearly new French oak.

PREPARATION: Manual harvest, selection in the vineyard and the winery.

WINE PAIRING: roast.

RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 16-18 ° C

ALCOHOL: 13%

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The Winery

Château Talbot

Château Talbot

Médoc Grand Cru Classé, Château Talbot comprises 107 hectares of vineyard cultivated in the heart of the Saint-Julien commune, an outstanding appellation, as it counts no fewer than 11 classified growths.

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Reviews of Château Talbot 2017

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Reviews of other vintages of Château Talbot 2017201620152014

4/5

Bright red and purple reflections. Deep scent, like coffee.It had a correct astringency.
Would pair it with some kind of special meat.
I liked sharing this wine with someone special.
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Jessica Barker

4/5

It was served at a wedding.
A red Bordeaux Cabernet Franc. I liked its toasted aromas. Correct acidity.
The best wine for a fish dish, like tuna.
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Albert Green

4/5

You can take it with any meal. Great for romantic evenings.
Red intense cherry colour and high layer. Scent of red roses. A surprisingly fresh wine.
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Elisabeth Wilshire