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Chateau Comte de Senejac Haut Medoc

Product Code: 4214414A
Brand: Chateau Comte de Senejac
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Chateau Comte de Senejac Haut Medoc 2014

The Comte de Senejac is the second wine of Chateau Senajac. This is a medium bodied Bordeaux red wine, smooth and elegant with a very appealing style.

Producer Note

Château Sénéjac is one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole region and has a long and fascinating history dating back more than five centuries. The first vines were planted by Nicolas de Blois, the first known owner of the estate in the sixteenth century. A number of nobles and gentry succeeded de Blois as head of the property but it was not until Lorraine Cordier, the owner of Château Talbot, purchased the estate that new impetus was given to the vinyards. Cordier aimed to establishing the estate as one of the best in the Médoc crus. Following the death of Lorraine Cordier in 2011, the property was taken over by her sister Nancy Bignon Cordier.

Vineyard

Thinning, green harvesting, hand picking and precise sorting.

Winemaking

Fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks with daily pumping over. It is then transferred using gravity to French oak barrels (30% new) where it undergoes  malolactic fermentation. It is aged for eight to ten months before bottling.

Tasting Note

Very deep colour with an expressive nose of black fruits and spices. Sénéjac is powerful and intense, while remaining smooth, thanks to the finesse of its tannins. A charming and distinguished wine that can be drunk young, when its fruity aromas are most enjoyable, or, even better, after ageing to discover the elegance and the richness of its terroir.

Serving Suggestion

A wonderful accompaniment to roast beef, rack of lamb, partridge and also hard cheeses

Grapes - Merlot 63%, Cabernet Sauvignon 37%

Vegetarian/Vegan - Yes/No

Milk/Eggs - No/Yes

Contains Sulphites - Yes

ABV% - 13.5%

 

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Chateau Comte de Senejac Haut Medoc

Product Code: 4214414A
Brand: Chateau Comte de Senejac
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Chateau Comte de Senejac Haut Medoc 2014

The Comte de Senejac is the second wine of Chateau Senajac. This is a medium bodied Bordeaux red wine, smooth and elegant with a very appealing style.

Producer Note

Château Sénéjac is one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole region and has a long and fascinating history dating back more than five centuries. The first vines were planted by Nicolas de Blois, the first known owner of the estate in the sixteenth century. A number of nobles and gentry succeeded de Blois as head of the property but it was not until Lorraine Cordier, the owner of Château Talbot, purchased the estate that new impetus was given to the vinyards. Cordier aimed to establishing the estate as one of the best in the Médoc crus. Following the death of Lorraine Cordier in 2011, the property was taken over by her sister Nancy Bignon Cordier.

Vineyard

Thinning, green harvesting, hand picking and precise sorting.

Winemaking

Fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks with daily pumping over. It is then transferred using gravity to French oak barrels (30% new) where it undergoes  malolactic fermentation. It is aged for eight to ten months before bottling.

Tasting Note

Very deep colour with an expressive nose of black fruits and spices. Sénéjac is powerful and intense, while remaining smooth, thanks to the finesse of its tannins. A charming and distinguished wine that can be drunk young, when its fruity aromas are most enjoyable, or, even better, after ageing to discover the elegance and the richness of its terroir.

Serving Suggestion

A wonderful accompaniment to roast beef, rack of lamb, partridge and also hard cheeses

Grapes - Merlot 63%, Cabernet Sauvignon 37%

Vegetarian/Vegan - Yes/No

Milk/Eggs - No/Yes

Contains Sulphites - Yes

ABV% - 13.5%

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5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 | Lovely red bordeaux at good price
SimonP | 25/05/2021
This is a second wine from the Chateau, but you wouldn't think it after drinking some. It is full of fruit and complex flavours, while retaining a remarkable smoothness. We had one with a fillet steak a couple of days ago but lamb would be great too.
I loive the Senejac too Simon. I had some with slow cooked beef stew and it was fabulous
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Product Code: 4214414A
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Chateau Comte de Senejac Haut Medoc 2014

The Comte de Senejac is the second wine of Chateau Senajac. This is a medium bodied Bordeaux red wine, smooth and elegant with a very appealing style.

Producer Note

Château Sénéjac is one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole region and has a long and fascinating history dating back more than five centuries. The first vines were planted by Nicolas de Blois, the first known owner of the estate in the sixteenth century. A number of nobles and gentry succeeded de Blois as head of the property but it was not until Lorraine Cordier, the owner of Château Talbot, purchased the estate that new impetus was given to the vinyards. Cordier aimed to establishing the estate as one of the best in the Médoc crus. Following the death of Lorraine Cordier in 2011, the property was taken over by her sister Nancy Bignon Cordier.

Vineyard

Thinning, green harvesting, hand picking and precise sorting.

Winemaking

Fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks with daily pumping over. It is then transferred using gravity to French oak barrels (30% new) where it undergoes  malolactic fermentation. It is aged for eight to ten months before bottling.

Tasting Note

Very deep colour with an expressive nose of black fruits and spices. Sénéjac is powerful and intense, while remaining smooth, thanks to the finesse of its tannins. A charming and distinguished wine that can be drunk young, when its fruity aromas are most enjoyable, or, even better, after ageing to discover the elegance and the richness of its terroir.

Serving Suggestion

A wonderful accompaniment to roast beef, rack of lamb, partridge and also hard cheeses

Grapes - Merlot 63%, Cabernet Sauvignon 37%

Vegetarian/Vegan - Yes/No

Milk/Eggs - No/Yes

Contains Sulphites - Yes

ABV% - 13.5%

 

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Chateau Comte de Senejac Haut Medoc

Product Code: 4214414A
Brand: Chateau Comte de Senejac
Stock Status: in stock
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5/55/55/55/55/5 awarded 5/5 by 1 customers
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Chateau Comte de Senejac Haut Medoc 2014

The Comte de Senejac is the second wine of Chateau Senajac. This is a medium bodied Bordeaux red wine, smooth and elegant with a very appealing style.

Producer Note

Château Sénéjac is one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole region and has a long and fascinating history dating back more than five centuries. The first vines were planted by Nicolas de Blois, the first known owner of the estate in the sixteenth century. A number of nobles and gentry succeeded de Blois as head of the property but it was not until Lorraine Cordier, the owner of Château Talbot, purchased the estate that new impetus was given to the vinyards. Cordier aimed to establishing the estate as one of the best in the Médoc crus. Following the death of Lorraine Cordier in 2011, the property was taken over by her sister Nancy Bignon Cordier.

Vineyard

Thinning, green harvesting, hand picking and precise sorting.

Winemaking

Fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks with daily pumping over. It is then transferred using gravity to French oak barrels (30% new) where it undergoes  malolactic fermentation. It is aged for eight to ten months before bottling.

Tasting Note

Very deep colour with an expressive nose of black fruits and spices. Sénéjac is powerful and intense, while remaining smooth, thanks to the finesse of its tannins. A charming and distinguished wine that can be drunk young, when its fruity aromas are most enjoyable, or, even better, after ageing to discover the elegance and the richness of its terroir.

Serving Suggestion

A wonderful accompaniment to roast beef, rack of lamb, partridge and also hard cheeses

Grapes - Merlot 63%, Cabernet Sauvignon 37%

Vegetarian/Vegan - Yes/No

Milk/Eggs - No/Yes

Contains Sulphites - Yes

ABV% - 13.5%

Customer Reviews
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Average rating (1 review) 5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5

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5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 | Lovely red bordeaux at good price
SimonP | 25/05/2021
This is a second wine from the Chateau, but you wouldn't think it after drinking some. It is full of fruit and complex flavours, while retaining a remarkable smoothness. We had one with a fillet steak a couple of days ago but lamb would be great too.
I loive the Senejac too Simon. I had some with slow cooked beef stew and it was fabulous
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