Tasting notes

Tasting notes

  • To taste a wine of Saint-Emilion well, you need a good sense of smell!

    Smell is THE most important sense to appreciate the subtleties of Saint-Emilion wine. The great tasters are also very attentive to this step which is follows visual observation. Here are our tips to understand the "nose" of Saint-Emilion, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, Lussac Saint-Emilion and Puisseguin Saint-Emilion appellations...

    To taste a wine of Saint-Emilion well, you need a good sense of smell! View more
  • Our expert's advices

    Subtle nectars, Saint-Emilion wines can be tasted carefully. Serving temperature range, choice of corkscrews or preservation of an open bottle: we tell you everything.

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  • The fundamentals

    In Saint-Emilion, the vineyard and the love of wine gave birth to a centuries-old culture. If wine and its tasting were arts, here are the key points for you to get started.

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