- Maison Raymond
- A.O.C. Bordeaux
- Saint Laurent du Bois, Entre-Deux-Mers
- 10% of the wine sees oak aging.
- Analytical Data:
- Alcohol 13 % by Vol. · Res. Sugar 0.3 g/l · Acidity: 3.2 g/l
- Serve at:
- 60 - 62ºF
- 1-85554 00089-5
- Natural Wine , Organic Wine , Organic Red Wine , Vegan Wine , Wines Made With Organic Grapes , 90+ Points ,
Due to the close proximity of the Atlantic Ocean, these vines are grown in a mild climate. Thanks to lots of sunshine, regular rain, and clay-limestone soil, these vines and grapes are grown in the best conditions.
Vinified in thermo-regulated stainless steel vats.
- Training system:
The vineyard utilizes the Guyot double (Bordeaux style) training system to obtain the best maturity and also to avoid phytosanitary disease. The vines are held up with wires.
- Tasting Notes:
A core of blackberry and black cherry preserves shows good energy as the flavors move through an anise- and sweet tobacco–tinged finish. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.Wine Spectator
Attractive structured tannins and red fruits give this wine a good start in life. With the acidity, the dusty structure and the perfumed aftertaste, the wine will develop well.Wine Enthusiast
"Good fruit, raspberry and strawberry summery flavors from winemaker Lionel Raymond. A touch short but full of character, from a blend of 65% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc. Only indigenous yeasts used at this organic estate – the family has a full 180 hectares certified in the Entre Deux Mers region, with new cellars that are powered by 2,500m2 of solar panels.Decanter Magazine
Translucent ruby red hue with cool aromatics, green herbal notes, cedar, cypress, and red currant. Palate reveals ripe red fruit, red plums, raspberries, ripe blueberries, along with cigar box spice, pencil shavings, and a strong cypress note on the finish.NM
- Enjoy with:
Grilled red meat, grilled chicken, and roasted vegetables and meats.
Bureau Veritas Certification
2022 - Wine System – Organic Wine Award
2021 - Gilbert & Gaillard
2020 - International Women’s Wine Competition
Best Value Wine