Add To Your WishlistChateau La Rose Perriere Lussac St Emilion 2015

by BWM

Chateau La Rose Perriere is a small (4.5 hectares) estate in Lussac next to St Emilion. The soil is clay-limestone with rocky outcrops. The average age of the vines ranges from 30 years old to 60 years old and yields are kept low (30 hectolitre per hectare). Most of the work in the vineyard is done by hand and harvesting is still by hand with prior selection of the grapes followed by fermentation in large barrels before maturation in French oak barriques. For all these reasons and a favourable end of summer in 2011, the wine is full and satisfying (14.5%) with soft tannins and a smooth finish.

The property’s philosophy is to respect the environment and use natural products as much as possible: grass, organic fertilizers to maximize the vine quality, natural methods rather than weeding, well-reasoned use of insecticides and chemicals products. We are proud to have obtained the certification Haute Valeur Environnemental (HVE)! This certification is granted by the partners of the Grenelle of Environment and means that we manage the vineyard according to very strict specifications.

Our team, involved in the HVE approach, works every day with the constant concern to reduce the environmental impact. It means maintaining and developing biodiversity within and around plots and promoting the development of the wildlife present in the vineyard, indispensable for the regulation of destroying insects.




Add To Your WishlistChateau La Rose Perriere Lussac St Emilion 2015

by BWM

Chateau La Rose Perriere is a small (4.5 hectares) estate in Lussac next to St Emilion. The soil is clay-limestone with rocky outcrops. The average age of the vines ranges from 30 years old to 60 years old and yields are kept low (30 hectolitre per hectare). Most of the work in the vineyard is done by hand and harvesting is still by hand with prior selection of the grapes followed by fermentation in large barrels before maturation in French oak barriques. For all these reasons and a favourable end of summer in 2011, the wine is full and satisfying (14.5%) with soft tannins and a smooth finish.

The property’s philosophy is to respect the environment and use natural products as much as possible: grass, organic fertilizers to maximize the vine quality, natural methods rather than weeding, well-reasoned use of insecticides and chemicals products. We are proud to have obtained the certification Haute Valeur Environnemental (HVE)! This certification is granted by the partners of the Grenelle of Environment and means that we manage the vineyard according to very strict specifications.

Our team, involved in the HVE approach, works every day with the constant concern to reduce the environmental impact. It means maintaining and developing biodiversity within and around plots and promoting the development of the wildlife present in the vineyard, indispensable for the regulation of destroying insects.







In stock

90% Merlot & 10% Cabernet Franc go to make this smooth. silky Lussac St Emilion which has a full, rounded palate with ripe black fruits on the palate. Soft tannins and a pleasantky oaky finish add to the satisfying mouth-feel. The wine is an ideal match for richer winter dishes and savoury cheeses. 

Gold Medal at the Brussels wine competition (Concours Mondial de Bruxelles) 2013.

  • Reviews

    Be the first to review this product.

    Leave a review