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Chateau Faure Beausejour Fronsac


Chateau Faure Beausejour Fronsac
Chateau Faure Beausejour Fronsac is a rich, deeply coloured Fronsac produced from predominantly Merlot grapes. Dark berry fruit with notes of woody undergrowth and balancing tannins.

Originating from the Fronsac appellation, the wine of Château Faure-Beauséjour has benefited from exceptional conditions of evolution : a rich soil, maximum exposure to the sun, manual harvesting and a careful vinification and maturation process.

Fronsac is an appellation for red wines produced in an area in the east of the Bordeaux wine region. It is located close to the northern bank of the Dordogne river, just a few miles to the west of Libourne – the town that gives its name to the Libournais region. Libourne is home to prestigious appellations such as Saint-Emilion and Pomerol, as well as Fronsac itself.

Vintage: 2011
Grape: Merlot Cabernet Franc Cabernet Sauvignon
Region: Bordeaux
ABV: 14%