At first, it is the power that appears, and then the roundness settles in. After airing, notes of blackberry and blackcurrant develop and give the impression of a wine with fruit, vivacity and opulence.


The attack is still discreet, and the palate quickly confirms the first visual and olfactory impressions: roundness, suppleness and fresh fruit. The tannins, already well melted, leave all their place to the fresh and explosive black fruit. The finish is long and silky, with powerful and greedy aromas. A warm, tasty Saint-Emilion, supported by a beautiful freshness that keeps its promises. It can be drunk now (decanted), but a year of ageing will allow it to blossom.

Growing Conditions

Type of soil: Sand and clay.


VInification: Plot by plot, in small capacity vats. Maceration for 28 days, maximum temperature: 28C, hand press.


12 months in French oak barrels (205 new, 80% from 1 to 3 wines)


In the glass, the intense red colour resembles a Bigarreau cherry, announcing a dense and brilliant wine.

Food Pairing

TO fully appreciate it, it is advisable to open and air the bottle for a few minutes before serving it at 17C. Rose Monturon is the perfect accompaniment to grilled or pan-fried red beef.