• CHB2011

Chateau Haut Brisson

CHATEAU HAUT BRISSON 2011 - Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classe - France - Red Wine

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chateau haut brisson
Country : France
Region : Bordeaux - Saint-Emilion
Type : Red
Year : 2011
Volume : 75 cl

TASTING NOTES : In appearance, ruby hue, with purplish reflection in youth in. On the nose,t he notes of red fruits are very concentrated, behind them develop a wide range of aromas including vanilla and leather with aging in barrels. On the palate, the three main varieties of the appellation come together and complement each other to magnify the whole. Merlot brings fruity, when Cabernet Sauvignon gives tannins and Cabernet Franc spicy notes.

ABOUT THE WINERY : Château Haut-Brisson, a 18-hectare-wine estate in the Saint-Émilion Grand Cru appellation, is located in the villages of Saint-Émilion, Saint-Sulpice-de-Faleyrens, Vignonet and Libourne. The Château itself, as well as the wine-making facilities, are located in Vignonet. 

VINEYARD : The estate was bought in 2019 by Stéphane Schinazi, Bordeaux native entrepreneur and one of the inventors of the Internet of Things at the end of  the 1990’s. It used to belong to Vignobles K owned by Peter Kwok. The vineyard extends over four villages located in the Southern part of the Saint-Emilion appellation, which offers a riche diversity of soils and subsoils. The feature represents today an undeniable asset in the making of Château Haut-Brisson wines. 

ABOUT CHARACTERISTIC GRAPE VARIETIES of the appellation. Our vineyard is composed of Merlot in great majority but also of  Cabernet Franc, both varieties being typical of the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation. The large proportion of Merlot in our blends is part of our wines DNA. 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT :  is fundamental to us Château Haut-Brisson has been a member of SME (Environmental Management System) of Bordeaux wines and has been HVE III and Iso 14001 certified since 2015. In september 2021, the estate has also started a conversion process to organic farming. This new step is part of our general approaoch of vineyard and environment protection.