Ch. Beausejour "Pentimento," Montagne St.-Émilion
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Ch. Beausejour "Pentimento," Montagne St.-Émilion - 2014

Item # 35004 750mL
$24.96/ Single Bottle
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$299.52 $269.57/ Case of 12

Production Methods



Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

Fresh and juicy Merlot-based red wine from Montagne Saint Émilion. Though rich and powerful, it also possesses elegance and feminine characteristics. A hint of lavender and orchard fruits as well as cedar and red clay minerality. Unfiltered and unfined.

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Staff Pick Notes

I love Merlot and so should you! Numerous preconceptions aside, this a fresh, fruit-driven varietal that is seen at its best when grown in mineral rich soils and cooler climates. Enter Right Bank Bordeaux, and one of my favorite appellations, St Emillion. Known for powerful but elegant Merlot-driven wines, the Pentimento is no exception. Juicy black fruit, currants, and an earthy backbone are in full-effect. I love it for the price, and that it already has few years on it. Put it away for few more or open tonight with a killer steak frites. Just give it a good decanting beforehand.

- EG

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