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Christophe Blanc Chateau Montpezat 34120 Pezenas France Tel +
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Christophe Blanc Chateau Montpezat
34120 Pezenas France
Tel +33(0)467 98 10 84 Fax +33(0)467 98 98 78
E-mail : [email protected] Web : www.chateau-montpezat.com
Sauvignon
RVF fevrier 1997
Médaille de Bronze concours des
grands vins du Languedoc 1996
Wine magazine : International Wine
Challange 98
Guide des Sommeliers 2001
Revue Belge des vins mars 2001
Médaille d’or concours des importateurs Amsterdam 2002
Soil :
Surface : 5 ha
Geology :
Alluvae of the Peyne river (Quaternary).
Soiltype : Sandy, clayey and chalky soil.
Culture methods :
Plantation year : 1989 et 1991
Trained on wire.
Trellising on 3 wires.
Royat spur pruning.
Yeld : 60 hl per ha.
Culture method : Ploughing
Organic compost
Night mechanical harvest
Trade name :
Vin de Pays d’oc.
Vinification :
Skin maceration for 6 to 12 hours 70%
Direct pressing 30%.
Settling the juice at low temperature (5°).
Temperature monitoring.
Tank maturing, fining with fish fining agent .
Light filtration.
Rosé
Vine variety :
Soil :
Géology :
Soiltype:
Grenache noir, Cinsault.
Superficie : 2.5 ha
Alluvae of the Peyne river (Quaternary).
Shallow brown, silicious earth
Culture methods:
Plantation year: 1973, 1960
Density : 4000 pieds/ha
Trained on wires.
Trellising on 3 wires.
Royat spur pruning.
Yeld : 45 hl per ha
Culture method : Ploughing
Organic Compost.
Mechanical harvest.
Trade name :
Vin de Pays d’Oc.
Vinification :
Direct pressing.
Settling the juice at low temperature (5°).
Temperature monitoring.
Tank maturing, fining with fish fining agent.
Light filtration.
Winetasting:
Light rosé, with a good balance, yellow fruits and
and acidity. Nice for the « summer apéritif »,
on sea food, or also white meat.
Drink between 11° et 13°.
Best in the year.
MERLOT :
RVF juin 98
Guide des Sommeliers 2001
Soil :
Surface : 8 ha
Geology :
Alluvae of the Peyne river (quaternary).
Soiltype : sandy, clayey and chalky soil.
Culture methods : Plantation year : 1979
Trained on wire.
Trellising on 3 wires.
Royat spur pruning.
Yeld : 70 hl per ha
Culture method : Plought
Organic compost
Mechanical harvest.
Trade name :
Vin de Pays d’oc.
Vinification :
Short vatting time.
Temperature monitoring.
Tank maturing.
Fining with egg-albumen.
Light filtration.
« Les Enclos » Cuvée élevée en barriques
Guide Hachette 1995
Médaille d’or concours des
Grands vins du Languedoc 1997
Revue Belge des vins juillet 1998.
Revue Belge des vins mars 2001
Médaille de Bronze concours des
Grands Vins du Languedoc 2001
87/100 « wine Advocate » (Issue 163 feb 2006)
French Wines behind the Label 2006 !!
Vine variety :
Merlot 70%, syrah 30%
Soil :
Geology :
Soiltype :
Surface : 7 ha merlot, 3 ha syrah
Alluvae of Peyne river, and old alluvae terrace with pebbled level.
Sandy, clayey and chalky soil for the Merlot, shallow brown, silicious
earth for the Cabernet.
Culture methods :
Plantation years : 1979 et 1980
Density : 4000 feet /ha
Trained on wire.
Trellising on 3 wires.
Royat spur pruning.
Yeld : 45 hl per ha
Culture method : Ploughing
Organic Compost
Mechanical harvest.
Trade name :
Vin de Pays d’oc.
Vinification :
Long vatting time.
Temperature monitoring.
Barrels maturing 12 months.
Fining with egg-albumen.
No filtration.
Potential Aging : 5 years in a good cellar. The best food to pair are red or white rosted
meat, traditionnal meats in sauces.
2004 Chateau de Montpezat Vdp d'Oc les Enclos
087/03/Tuesday 16h27
2004 Chateau de Montpezat Vdp d'Oc les Enclos
Chateau de Montpezat
Vin de Pays d'Oc, Languedoc Roussillon, France
Proprietary Blend (a dry red table wine)
Review by Robert Parker
Wine Advocate #163 (Feb 2006)
Rating: 87 points
Drink 2006-2009
Estimated Cost: $14.00
The 2004 VDP d’Oc Les Enclos shows sweet tannins, good texture, and classic black currant and cherry notes
intermixed with some dried herbs and earth. Like all the other wines in this portfolio, it is best drunk during its
exuberant youth, over the next 2-3 years.
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« Les Palombières »
Guide des sommeliers 2001
RVF mars 2001
Guide Dussert-Gerber des vins de France 2002, 2003
87/100 « Wine Advocate »
(Issu n°139 mars 2002
Gault & Millau 2005
90-92/100 « Wine advocate » (Issu n° 163 feb.2006)
French Wines behind the label !!!
Vine variety :
Grenache 80% Mourvedre 20%
Soil :
Geology :
Soiltype :
Surface : Grenache : 3 ha, Mourvèdre 1 ha
Terrace with pebbled level.
Shallow brown, silicious earth.
Culture methods : Plantation year : 1973 and 1988
Trained on wire.
Trellising on 3 wires.
Royat spur pruning.
Yeld : 35 hl per ha Grenache, 25 hl per ha Mourvèdre
Mode de culture : Ploughing
Organic compost
Mechanical harvest.
Trade name :
Appellation Origine Contrôlée coteaux du Languedoc.
Vinification :
Long vatting time (more of a month).
Temperature monitoring.
Barrels maturing 12 months Mourvèdre et Syrah,
tank maturing Grenache
Fining with egg-albumen .
No filtration.
Potential Aging : 5 years in a good cellar. The best food to pair are spicy food and sweet
meet like lamb or mouton (Curry), also very nice with Tagines or traditionnal meats in sauces.
2004 Chateau de Montpezat Les Palombieres Coteaux du Languedoc
087/03/Tuesday 16h29
2004 Chateau de Montpezat Les Palombieres Coteaux du Languedoc
Chateau de Montpezat
Coteaux du Languedoc, Languedoc Roussillon, France
Proprietary Blend (a dry red table wine)
Review by Robert Parker
Wine Advocate #163 (Feb 2006)
Rating: (90-92) points
Drink 2006-2010
Estimated Cost: $15.00
The 2004 Palombieres has a dark purple color and a big, sweet nose of earth, chocolate, licorice, and spice box as
well as a heady concoction of herbs and black fruits. Deep, medium to full-bodied, ripe, and nicely textured, it
should drink well for 3-4 years.
Importer: Robert Kacher Selections, Washington, DC; tel. (202) 832-9083
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« Cuvée Prestige » oakbarreled
92/100 « Wine Advocate »
(Issue 111 26 juin 97)
90/100 "Wine Advocate"
(Issue 117 26 juin 98)
88/100 "international Wine cellar)
Madame Figaro 10 avril 98
Mention Découverte Montréal 2000
Guide des sommeliers 2001
Revue Belge des vins mars 2001
Revue Belge des vins Mars 2001
91/100 "Wine Advocate"
88/100 « Wine Advocate » (Issue 163 feb.2006)
French Wines behind the label 2006 !!!
Vines varietys :
Cabernet-sauvignon, Syrah
Soil :
Surface : 2,5 ha cabernet Sauvignon, 2,5 ha Syrah
Geology :
Old alluvae terrace with pebbled level.
Soiltype :
Shallow brown, silicious earth.
Culture methods : Plantation years : 1979 et 1983
Density : 4000 feet/ha
Trained on wire.
Trellising on 3 wires.
Royat spur pruning.
Yeld : 35 hl per ha
Culture method : Ploughing
Organic compost
No herbicid used
Mechanical harvest.
Trade name :
Vin de Pays d’oc.
Vinification :
Long vatting time.
Temperature monitoring.
New barrels maturing for 14 months.
Fining with egg-albumen
No filtration.
Potential Aging : 10 years in a good cellar. The best food to pair are red or white rosted
meat, traditionnal meats in sauces, ideal with duck meat.
2004 Chateau de Montpezat Cuvee Prestige
087/03/Tuesday 16h28
2004 Chateau de Montpezat Cuvee Prestige
Chateau de Montpezat
Vin de Pays d'Oc, Languedoc Roussillon, France
Proprietary Blend (a dry red table wine)
Review by Robert Parker
Wine Advocate #163 (Feb 2006)
Rating: 88 points
Drink 2006-2010
Estimated Cost: $16.00
The 2004 VDP d’Oc Cuvee Prestige shows much sweeter, deeper fruit, more texture and opulence than the 2003,
and fine density and length. It is an impressive wine that should last up to 3-4 years.
Importer: Robert Kacher Selections, Washington, DC; tel. (202) 832-9083
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Château Montpezat 34120 Pezenas
Palmares
1995
Guide Hachette : 1 ! Les Enclos 1991.
1996
Médaille de Bronze des Grands Vins du Languedoc : Sauvignon 1995,
Concours des Vins Bitterois Bacchus d’Or : Sauvignon 1995, Syrah 1995
1997
Revue Vin de France : Sauvignon 1996, Grand Maieul 1994, La Pharaonne 1996,
Concours des Grand Vins du Languedoc Médaille d’or : Les Enclos 1995,
Wine Advocate (Issue n°111 26 juin 1997) noté 92/100 : Cuvée Prestige 1995,
Guide Hachette : La Pharaonne 1994.
1998
Wine Magazine International Wine Challenge : Sauvignon 1997, Syrah 1997,
Revue Vin de France : Merlot 1997,
Revue Belge des Vins : Sauvignon 1997, Grand Maieul 1996, Les Enclos 1996,
Wine Advocate (Issue n°117`26 juin 1998) noté 90/100 : Cuvée Prestige 1996,
International Wine Cellar (Issue n°79 juillet 1998) noté 88/100 : Cuvée Prestige 1996,
Madame Figaro avril 1998 : Cuvée Prestige 1995.
Le journal du médecin Bruxelles : La Pharaonne 1995 noté 13,5/20, La Pharaonne 1996 noté
15,5/20, Cuvée Prestige 1996 noté 16/20.
1999
Guide Hachette : Grand Maieul 1996, La Pharaonne 1996,
La Revue des Prix du Vin Belgique : La Pharaonne 1996 noté 15/20.
2000
Mention Découverte MONTREAL : Cuvée Prestige 1998,
Guide Hachette : 2 !! La Pharaonne 1997.
2001
Revue des vins de France mars 2001 pour les Palombières
Guide des Sommeliers : Sauvignon 2000 noté 14/20, Merlot 2000 noté 15/20,
Cuvée Prestige 1998 noté 16/20, Les Palombières 1998 noté 16/20,
Revue Belge des Vins : Sauvignon 2000 !!!, Les Enclos 1998 !!!,
Cuvée Prestige 1998 !!!,
Guide Hachette : 1 ! La Pharaonne 1998,
Concours des Grands Vins du Languedoc Médaille de Bronze : Les Enclos 1999,
Wine Advocate (Issue n°135 du 23 juin 2001) noté 91/100 : Cuvée Prestige 1999,
2002
Guide Dussert-Gerber des Vins de France : AOC Les Palombières 1998,
Guide hachette : La Pharaonne 1999,
Guide du vin Canada Grappe d’or : AOC Les Palombières 1998,
Cuisine Actuelle N°133 Janvier : Les Epines Rouge 2000.
Wine Advocate(Issue n°139 mars 2002) noté 87/100 : Les Palombières 1999
Wine Advocate (Issue n°139 mars 2002) noté 92/100 :La Pharaonne 1999
Wine Advocate (Issue n°139 mars 2002) noté 91+/100 : Prestige 2000
Weinwirtschaft 16,5/20 Cuvée Prestige 1999
2004
Guide Hachette : 2 !! La Pharaonne 2000.
2005
Gault & Millau 2005 !!! Pharaonne 2001 et Palombière 2001