Introducing the Château Bernadotte Haut-Médoc
A medium bodied wine with black cherries and strong wood aromas, silky smooth and beautiful tannic structure.
Elegant, dry, chalky on the finish. Perfect match with Asian dishes, hearty fish courses, mushrooms and pastas and fine cut of grilled meat.
Good storing age up to 15 years
About Château Bernadotte
Château Bernadotte is located in Haut Medoc in the town of Saint Saveur which borders Pauillac appellation. In 1997, the property was purchased by Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, under her ownership, Bernadotte experienced a rise in quality. Recently in 2012, owner of Pichon Lalande, Champagne Louis Roederer, Federic Rouzard sold Bernadotte to Chinese King Power Group, largest duty free importer in Asia.
Over the last 2 decades, major facelifts has been done in rooms, cellars, vat and vineyards. Together with the fine, gravelly terroir that it sits on, Bernadotte has all the facilities required to make great wines. Heir to the best of wine culture and civilization, Château Bernadotte is classified as Cru Bourgeois.
The vineyard covers some 40 hectares, using organic fertilizers, traditional wine making with modern technologies, and incorporates strict control of the yields. Annual production is about 18,000 bottles. Vines of 30 years old and more. Aged in 30% new French oak for 12 months.