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Château les Renauds Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Château les Renauds Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux FOOD & WINE Wine Club Château les Renauds Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux
Winery Chateau des Tourtes
Grape Merlot
Year 2009
Country France
Appellation Bordeaux

$16.00 per bottle

Member Price: $14.40
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Bordeaux is not known for value, but zones like the Côtes de Blaye are producing polished, overachieving reds like this one.
What You Need To Know
Beyond Bordeaux’s famous grand crus—the Lafites and Latours, Margauxs and Moutons—lies a vast amount of moderately priced wine. Much of it is unremarkable stuff churned out by large wine merchants, but bargain hunters know to look for estate-grown wines in up-and-coming regions such as the Côtes de Bordeaux, where Château les Renauds is located. Like virtually all estates in the four Côtes de Bordeaux subregions (Blaye, Cadillac, Castillon and Francs), Château les Renauds focuses on Merlot, with Cabernet Sauvignon playing a supporting role. The estate is owned and run by Emmanuelle Raguenot and her family, including husband Daren Miller, an American who fell in love with Raguenot when she interned at a Pennsylvania winery.
Smell It
Smell It
Red cherry, cedar and dried herbs.
Taste It
Taste It
Polished, with earthy notes of ripe cherries and tobacco.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Pair It
Pair It
Red meats, especially lamb and beef.