Is this a sweet or dry wine?
This is going to be more on the dry side of the scale. Great value for the price!
Wine Maker Notes
Chateau Le Moulin takes its name from an ancient mill that remains on the property. It’s located near the vines and its called Moulin de Lavaud. This small Bordeaux wine estate is 3 hectares. In 1969, it was sold to Michel and Genevieve Querre. They recently replanted the vineyards and restored the chateau for this right bank chateau.
The Bordeaux wine vineyards rest on clay and gravel soils. They are planted to 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc. On average, the vines average 35 years of age. The wine undergo vinification in small, open top, wood vats. Pigeage is performed twice a day. The wines are aged in 100% new oak for 15-20 months, depending on the vintage. Malolactic takes place in 100% new oak. The wine is aged in 100% new oak. Close to 800 cases of Bordeaux wine are produced every year.