Bordeaux is back, bb.
Boomer juice this is not. Château Le Puy’s Emilien 2019 is a sexy, structured, and spicy composition of Merlot (85%) Cabernet Sauvignon (7%) Cabernet Franc (6%) Malbec (1%) and Carménère (1%.) The vines are around 60 years of age and are organically and biodynamically farmed within the clay and limestone soils of Saint-Émilion. Beautiful, bold, and eternally stylish.
- Château Le Puy has been quietly crafting minimal interventions in Saint-Émilion since 1610.
- The property sits on the Saint-Émilion and Pomerol Plateau at the second highest point in the Gironde.
- The soils at Château Le Puy consist of a mixture of clay, silex and limestone.
- No sulfur is added during the fermentation process whatsoever.