Chateau Pas de l’Ane

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“Château Pas de L’Ane” was built in 1999 from a 1-hectare plot and has never stopped expanding since then. In 2006, Pas de L’Ane’s vineyard settled in the former Château Cros-Figeac, also called Château Cros-Saint-Emilion (Edition de Féret de 1998). “Château Pas de L’Ane” is located just a few steps away from world-famous neighbors, between “Château Cheval Blanc” and “Château Figeac”. The 13-hectare vineyard spreads over 5 (out of 8) “Saint Emilion Grand Cru” appellation areas. This plot diversity ensures a remarkably varied geology and enables thewinery to produce 5 St Emilion GC wines.

Wines from Château Pas de L’Ane

Saint Emilion Grand Cru

Blend: 55% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Franc
Aging: 18 months in new French oak barrels, then 24 months in bottle before release.

A rich and full bodied wine with aromas of berries, black fruits, tobacco, roasted coffee, and spicy and woody notes. On the palate it is full, well-balanced, velvety, with a good concentration, fine tannins and a clean long finish. Drink within the next 15 years.

Chateau Pas de l’Ane Tech Sheets:

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