Ch. Le Noble "Cuvée Héritage" Rouge, Bordeaux Supérieur
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Ch. Le Noble "Cuvée Héritage" Rouge, Bordeaux Supérieur - 2018

Item # 40886 750mL
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Production Methods



Practicing Organic

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

Tasting Notes

Château Le Noble is a 15 hectare estate located between the city of Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion. The soils at the estate are varied and based on clay, limestone and gravel which favor the Bordelais varieties both red and white. The fruit on this wine is lively, fresh and balanced well with the tannic structure.

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Staff Pick Notes

Looking for a wine to keep you company on these cold nights? Look no further then this sultry Bordeaux. To be completely honest mine and Bordeauxs circles rarely intersect. I don't often crave a walk through the red earth drenched, stogie smoke stained path that is required. But this wine doesn't have those heavy plush fruit and cigar box notes. It's fruit is bright and subtly poppy, the road is slightly cobble stoned with the smell of Autumn heavy in the air. A Bordeaux that you could (if you wanted to) drink by itself. I suggest you bee line to the nearest whole foods whole foods and grab some salami, then head home, take off your shoes, put on your pajamas and turn on When Harry Met Sally and let this wine take the edge off Billy Crystal and the way Meg drags her Christmas tree.

- HG

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