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WF201804

2010 Château Haut Nouchet

AOC Pessac-Léognan Rouge, Bordeaux

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    WINERY INFORMATION
    At the gates of Martillac in the Gironde, in the heart of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, extends the area of ​​Haut Nouchet, a timeless place whose innocent landscape invites you to enjoy the pleasures of nature ... 

    Top Nouchet rises to 49 meters above sea level. 
    This enviable positioning makes it one of the highest properties of its appellation. 

    This dominant position promotes the natural flow of surface water, eliminating any risk of waterlogging and thus preserving the regularity of the water supply of the vine. 

    The natural drainage of the plots is reinforced by the pulling exerted by the Nouchet, small brook crossing the field from one side to the other and exerting its effect on all the parcels of the field.

    Spread over the three grape ridges that make up the vineyard, the vines are exposed to the caressing wind of the Southwest, a real protective agent in rainy weather: indeed, the bays quickly dried by the wind can thus ideally continue their evolution until perfect maturity.

    The Haut Nouchet vineyard is spread over three beautiful Günzian gravel ridges. 
    "This type of soil covers a large area. This is a very positive point because the gravelly subsoil is very qualitative. "(Pedological study, Olivier Trégoat, January 2009). 
    This gravelly subsoil has two advantages: it allows surface water to flow into the soil and roots to dive deep, thus protecting them from the climatic hazards of the surface layers (excess water or drought). 

    The compact clay-limestone base on which this layer of Günzian gravels rests is for the plant a reserve of water and nutrients in which the roots can feed continuously.  
    "This soil is a great terroir for the production of red wine. "

    On the slopes of the estate and at the places where the clay-limestone formation is exposed, the production of white grapes finds its optimal conditions: the freshness of these soils allows Sauvignon and Sémillon to best express the immense wealth of their aromatic palette. 

    Thus, the geo-pedological richness of the Haut Nouchet soils is highlighted by the establishment of perfectly adapted grape varieties that are capable of producing very large red and white wines.

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    2010
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2010 Château Haut Nouchet

2010 Château Haut Nouchet

AOC Pessac-Léognan Rouge, Bordeaux


Add To Cart
$32.95
/ Wine
SKU: WF201804

WINERY INFORMATION
At the gates of Martillac in the Gironde, in the heart of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, extends the area of ​​Haut Nouchet, a timeless place whose innocent landscape invites you to enjoy the pleasures of nature ... 

Top Nouchet rises to 49 meters above sea level. 
This enviable positioning makes it one of the highest properties of its appellation. 

This dominant position promotes the natural flow of surface water, eliminating any risk of waterlogging and thus preserving the regularity of the water supply of the vine. 

The natural drainage of the plots is reinforced by the pulling exerted by the Nouchet, small brook crossing the field from one side to the other and exerting its effect on all the parcels of the field.

Spread over the three grape ridges that make up the vineyard, the vines are exposed to the caressing wind of the Southwest, a real protective agent in rainy weather: indeed, the bays quickly dried by the wind can thus ideally continue their evolution until perfect maturity.

The Haut Nouchet vineyard is spread over three beautiful Günzian gravel ridges. 
"This type of soil covers a large area. This is a very positive point because the gravelly subsoil is very qualitative. "(Pedological study, Olivier Trégoat, January 2009). 
This gravelly subsoil has two advantages: it allows surface water to flow into the soil and roots to dive deep, thus protecting them from the climatic hazards of the surface layers (excess water or drought). 

The compact clay-limestone base on which this layer of Günzian gravels rests is for the plant a reserve of water and nutrients in which the roots can feed continuously.  
"This soil is a great terroir for the production of red wine. "

On the slopes of the estate and at the places where the clay-limestone formation is exposed, the production of white grapes finds its optimal conditions: the freshness of these soils allows Sauvignon and Sémillon to best express the immense wealth of their aromatic palette. 

Thus, the geo-pedological richness of the Haut Nouchet soils is highlighted by the establishment of perfectly adapted grape varieties that are capable of producing very large red and white wines.