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Château Tertre Roteboeuf 2010

$785.00 per bottle

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Yields are kept very low and consequently this is one of the most concentrated wines to be found in Bordeaux. Typically, Tertre Roteboeuf is deeply coloured, richly aromatic on the nose and packed with blackcurrants, overripe cherries, liquorice, roasted caramel, and vanilla notes on the palate. A hedonist's delight!

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Château Tertre Roteboeuf is a St-Émilion Grand Cru property that is in the very top echelon of St-Émilion producers. Tertre Roteboeuf is owned by François Mitjavile who also owns Château Roc de Cambes in the Côtes de Bourg. François produces just over 2,000 cases a year from his tiny 5.7-hectare vineyard, which is situated on a steep slope on the edge of a limestone plateau.

Yields are kept very low and consequently this is one of the most concentrated wines to be found in Bordeaux. Typically, Tertre Roteboeuf is deeply coloured, richly aromatic on the nose and packed with blackcurrants, overripe cherries, liquorice, roasted caramel, and vanilla notes on the palate. A hedonist's delight!

Neal Martin
Neil Martin
96 The Tertre Roteboeuf has an exquisite bouquet: very intense with well-defined black fruit, touches of cooked meat and dried herbs, and what feels like a touch of Cabernet Franc even though there is none in the blend! The palate is smooth and silky, voluptuous and sensual to the touch with lush Merlot dominating the finish. This textbook Tertre Roteboeuf is a joy from start to finish.
James Lawther MW 18/20 True to style. Suave, exotic, with smooth, caressing tannins. Owner François Mitjavile has, as usual, pushed the ripeness to the confit stage but the terroir and vintage give the requisite lift and freshness. His fans won't be disappointed.
Name Château Tertre Roteboeuf
Vintage 2010
Type Rouge / Red
Appellation Saint-Emilion
Classification None
Grape Varieties Merlot; Cabernet Franc
Format 750ml
Average Age of Vines 40 years old
Production 2,000 cases
Soil Clay over limstone
Winemaking Maceration and fermentation in concrete tanks
Ageing 18 months in 100% new oak barrels
Website http://www.tertre-roteboeuf.com/
Food Pairings Game Animals; Beef; Charcuterie
Occasions Romantic Dinner; Celebrations; Business Dinner; Anniversary
When to Drink Enjoy over the next 20 Years