Wine futures 2013: Chateau Gazin Out “en Primeurs”

Wine futures 2013: Chateau Gazin Out “en Primeurs”

Chateau GazinChateau Gazin, a family-owned chateau of 26 acres, purchased by Louis Soualle in the early 20th century, is the result of five generations of enthusiasts.

This single vineyard, enjoys exceptional AOC Pomerol terroir. The presence of beautiful clay allows a steady supply of water to the vines. 35 years old on average, merlot represents the majority of grapes grow, complimented by Cabernet Sauvignon, and completed with Cabernet Franc. Château Gazin expresses their sense of respect for the environment. Plowing was introduced, as was the use of organic fertilizers. Harvesting is done by hand, followed by a double selection process to ensure the highest level of quality. Only the best grapes are selected. Fermentation takes place in small concrete tanks, taking note to separate by grape variety, and plot. Afterwards, the wine is aged on lees and oak, which reveals a wide aromatic palette.Cellar of Chateau Gazin

Chateau Gazin is produced with good aging potential, and can be characterized as feminine and charming, thanks to the dominance of Merlot. Chateau Gazin consistently proves to be a quality wine, and the 2013 vintage appears promising.

Chateau Gazin available for purchase

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