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Virginie de Valandraud 2016

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$83.39540,07 HRK

Born in 1992 the second wine of Château Valandraud, Virginie de Valandraud is named after Jean-Luc Thunevin and Murielle Andraud ‘s daughter. Since 1997, and the ever-increasing Thunevin vineyards in the Saint- Émilion area, Virginie de Valandraud has developed its own identity while being grown and vinified the same way and by this same team in charge of Château Valandraud. It Virginie de Valandraud may be seen as a second wine, it’s mainly because of its high-quality standards but it has stepped out of its “big brother’s” shadow to rightfully become an independent cuvée.

Wine notes

Winery Chateau Valandraud
Country France
Region Bordeaux / Saint - Émilion Grand Cru
Variety Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Merlot
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 14.5 %
  • Blackberry
  • Dry fruits
  • Raspberry
  • Violet

Medium to deep garnet-purple in color, the 2016 Virginie de Valandraud offers gorgeous black cherries, mulberries and black raspberry scents with hints of star anise, violets, and cumin seed. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is firmly structured with firm velvety tannins and tons of freshness, lifting the perfumed black fruits to a long finish.

  • Cured meat
  • Panettone
  • Roasted meat
  • Steak

Born in 1992 the second wine of Château Valandraud, Virginie de Valandraud is named after Jean-Luc Thunevin and Murielle Andraud ‘s daughter. Since 1997, and the ever-increasing Thunevin vineyards in the Saint- Émilion area, Virginie de Valandraud has developed its own identity while being grown and vinified the same way and by this same team in charge of Château Valandraud. It Virginie de Valandraud may be seen as a second wine, it’s mainly because of its high-quality standards but it has stepped out of its “big brother’s” shadow to rightfully become an independent cuvée.

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