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Château de Parenchère SAS
Domaine de Parenchère BP 57
33220 Ligueux, Frankreich

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Bordeaux Clairet


This special rosé that bears the Bordeaux Clairet label, is what we call a wine of "saignées" as it is produced from the musts run off just after vatting of the red wine begins.

The Grape varieties is generally about the same as for the whole of the vineyard :

50% Merlot
40% Cabernet Sauvignon
9% Cabernet Franc
1% Malbec

However, it may vary from vintage to vintage to give preferentiality to the most aromatic grape variety.

The fruits steep in the juice at low temperature ("skin maceration") for 24 to 48 hours in order to saturate the solids in the musts as much as possible without colouring them too intensely.
Then we run off the juice from each vat and the fermentation takes place at the very low temperature of 15°C to obtain as much fruit flavour as possible.

Bottling is carried out very early on within two months of the wine being made, so that a fairly high level of carbon dioxide from the natural fermentation process is retained, which contributes to this wine’s appealing freshness.

Characteristics : Our Bordeaux Clairet is particularly aromatic and has a very deep red fruit colour. It is also more substantial than traditional rosés, with good body and exuberant fruitiness.

Drinking : In the year after it is made.

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Bordeaux Superieur Red


The estate’s traditional wine is made using vines aged 20 years on average and is usually made up of all the different grape varieties grown on the property :

50% Merlot
40% Cabernet Sauvignon
9% Cabernet Franc
1% Malbec

With its equal proportions of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, Château de Parenchère Bordeaux Supérieur Red is half-way between a Médoc and a Saint-Emilion.
Merlot gives it its supple, fruity fleshiness; Cabernet-Sauvignon provides structure and additional tannic density.

Characteristics : This traditional Parenchère blend is generally very fleshy, with a very deeply coloured robe. Characterized by a good balance between fruit and tannin, it displays distinct red fruit aromas with a long, sustained finish.

Ideal drinking period : from 3 to 6 years
This cuvee can be appreciated since its first year of bottling while improving for 6 - 8 years - and even ten years for the best vintages.

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Cuvée Raphaël


Cuvée Raphaël is the flagship wine of Parenchère..
It bears the name of Raphaël GAZANIOL, who renovated the Parenchère estate.

It is produced from a selection of the finest plots on the estate, from vines that are more than 40 years old on average..
The yields from the vines selected for this wine are particularly small : 4000 litres per hectare.

It is usually a blend of :

50% Merlot
50% Cabernet Sauvignon

But can, however, vary from vintage to vintage depending on the success of a particular grape variety.

This wine is aged exclusively in barrels made of oak from the Forest of Tronçais, 30% of which are new on average depending on the type of vintage..

The wine is aged for 14 to 18 months on fine lees, without racking or exposure to air. However, we use the ("micro-oxygenation") technique, sending fine bubbles through the barrels. In this way, the wine’s fruit and elegance are perfectly preserved..

Characteristics : Our Cuvée Raphaël is always a very dense, very concentrated wine with elegant tannins that stand out, but are mellow and smooth. They are elegantly woody, but not excessively to leave plenty of room for the fruit.

Ideal drinking period : from 4 to 10 years
Being more concentrated than our traditional blend, it can thus be kept much longer.
It can also be appreciated since its first year of bottling, but will better express its elegance and complexity since its fourth year of ageing.

It can improve for about 10 - 12 years, and possibly more according to the vintage.

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