Graves Red

Château Peyreblanque, or “white stone,” is an enclosed property of 8 hectares. The vineyard ison the highest plateau in the commune of Budos. This vineyard existed in 1874 under the name of “Blanque” and was composed of 30 hectares. After many ups and downs, the estate was bought by the Medeville family in 1990 and they have reconstructed the Château true to its original form.

Grape varieties
70% cabernet sauvignon
30% merlot

Age of the vineyard – Area
30-35 years – 11 Hectares
Red clay-limestone soil where bedrock sometimes shows on the surface.

Grapes are selected before vatting, which lasts for between 19 to 25 days. Aging in oak barrels for 10 to 15 months

Tasting notes
It is a garnet red colour with hints of pink. Its nose reveals scents of dark fruits and spicy notes. With a supple attack on the palate, it is full-bodied and offers soft tannins and a fruity finish.

Suggested dishes
A good match with duck tenderloin and marinated mushrooms or pigeon stuffed with foie gras.