The red fruits then inhaled give place to the supprising flint scent and spicy pepper that come after swirling. The attack is clear and the balance of this wine is strong. We feel in mouth the pretty silky and strong grain while its volume is wide and supple. Finally, the pleasant taste of the black cherry is pleasantly persistent.
This château de Camensac 2014, this year a blend of 50% Melot and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, has a luminious garnet-colored robe. This fifth vintage wine, according to the AOC Haut-Médoc 1855 grading, has a distinct and straight smell. We first smell crystallized citrus fruit, subtle wood and vanilla
alcohol content: 13%,
grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot