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Château Roc de Boissac

Appellation : Puisseguin Saint-Emilion

Vintages: 2019 and 2020

Established on one of the highest and most picturesque peaks of the region (l00m above sea level), the estate benefits from a terroir that rivals the greatest Saint-Emilions. The property also has monolithic cellars, which are former limestone quarries. These cellars, with their stable temperature and hygrometry throughout the year, are ideal places for maturing and ageing the wine.

Scores obtained by

2019 vintage: 87 points out of 100
2020 vintage : 89 points out of 100

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The opinion of our oenologists

Robe : Good brilliance, with a deep and sustained colour.
Nose : Charming, fruity and fresh, subtle balance between spices (pepper) and small red fruits.
Taste : fruity (redcurrant, blackcurrant) and airy with a nice acidic structure, where fine and silky tannins melt. The greedy finish invites you to have another drink!

The Puisseguin Saint-Emilion appellation

This small appellation of 740 hectares, a satellite of Saint-Emilion, is located 10 kilometres north-east of the mediaeval town. Planted on limestone, clay-limestone or sandy-clay soils, the vineyards are built around the village of Puisseguin on the plateau. The AOC Puisseguin Saint-Emilion is dedicated to red wines and produces an average of 35,000 hectolitres per year. The main grape varieties are Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. The wines can be kept from 4 to 10 years.

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