Saint-Émilion Grand Cru
90% Merlot – 10% Cabernet Franc
The history of Château Pindefleurs begins ATTENTION in 1625 when Saint-Emilion’s mayor, Antoine de Sèze, constructs the property. It then passes into the ownership of Micheline Dior, cousin of the world-famous fashion icon. In 2006, Madame Dominique Lauret takes the reins, breathing new life into Pindefleurs. Her daughter, Audrey Lauret, becomes technical director, watching over the vineyard and guiding the production of the wines. The 20-hectare (50-acre) estate is planted with 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc upon clay, limestone and gravel soils typical of Saint-Emilion. Our winemaking and growing techniques are mindful of our tradition, including an ageing period of 12 months in French oak barrels that are renewed each year. Nonetheless, we embrace the very latest in technology. The wine offers power and delicacy in equal measure, balancing freshness with rich fruit and force with finesse.
CUVÉE “LES ENFANTS DE LA PLAINE”
This entirely Merlot vintage, we wanted it to be relaxed and more accessible, both in terms of price and taste, like the label, which also comes out of the more awaited codes of Saint-Émilion. Moreover, the wine is produced without using Sulphur and no maturing in barrels, always to the fruits advantage. On the nose, it is cherry in the making, of course, very round and indulgent to the palate …