Château Fleur la Mothe
Médoc Cru Bourgeois

or nearly 20 years, Antoine Medeville, Henri Boyer and Edouard Massie have been oenologist consultants in many Bordeaux châteaux, many of which are among the most prestigious. It was therefore natural that they wished to make their own wine. They joined forces to buy and rehabilitate this old estate which was Cru Bourgeois in 1932. Their common objective was to make a wine that any wine connoisseur would be proud to have in his cellar. Château Fleur La Mothe covers a total area of ​​13 hectares in Saint Yzans du Médoc.

Grape varieties
45% Cabernet sauvignon
45% Merlot
10% Petit Verdot

Age of the vineyard – Area
50 years – 15 hectares
Clay-limestone, gravel, sand

Mechanical with embedded sorter

Traditional. Long fermentation.

Tasting notes
It is a rich wine with fine delicacy and concentration. Its tannic structure gives it great aging potential.

Suggested dishes
A good accompaniment with spicy dishes, red meat. Strong cheeses.