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The offical red wine from the Royal Welsh Regimental Wine Collection.
Blended from Cabernet Sauvignon 60%, Merlot 35%, and Cabernet Franc 5% grape . A bouquet of ripe plums and bramble fruits with soft and well integrated tannin, good acidity and a very pleasing finish.
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Domaine du Seuil, Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux rouge is a delightful organic wine made with Cabernet Sauvignon 60%, Merlot 35%, and Cabernet Franc 5% grapes. Fruity notes of Blackcurrents and blackberries. medium body with smooth tannins. light sweet spices and oak from the barrel ageing. a very versatile and easy drinking wine.
Château du Seuil was acquired by an entrepreneurial Welsh couple, Bob and Sue Watts in 1988. They renovated the Château, built a modern winery and re-established many of the old vineyards. From this point on the wines became known for their very high quality and finesse. Today, Chateau du Seuil is co-owned and managed by Sean and Nicola Allison, following the traditions established by Nicola’s parents Bob and Sue. The estate of Chateau du Seuil encompasses a total of 25 hectares of vines of which approximately 65 % are planted in red varieties of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and 35 % in the white varieties of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc. There are 15 hectares in the Graves appellation and 10 hectares in the Premières Côtes de Bordeaux appellation. The Premières Côtes de Bordeaux vineyards are located on the right bank of the Garonne on a south-east facing slope overlooking the medieval village of Rions.
Average vine age across the whole estate is approximately 30 years. All the wines are organics and the vineyards are worked by hand when possible to ensure best quality. Extensive use is made of the best in traditional winemaking methods coupled with the advantages of modern technologies and temperature control during vinification. The ‘OXOLINE’ system’ is used for barrel fermentation of both reds and whites.
Charcuterie, especially pâté and terrines. Cold roast beef. Cold game pies. Simple grilled meat like a steak frites or sausage with chips, haricot beans or lentils. Shepherd’s pie and its French equivalent hachis parmentier*. Goat and sheep cheeses, mild brie and camembert
Still table wine
Cotes de Bordeaux
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
ideal with red meats and cheese, Perfect with traditional "tapas" and charcuterie, as well as vegetable dishes and pasta.