Château Biston-Brillette

Introduction Château Biston-Brillette
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Château Biston-Brillette, old label created in the middle of the 19th century, comes from rigorous parcel selections. The diversity of the soils is constitutive to the nature of Château Biston-Brillette. The gravel soils brings it finesse and elegance; the clay-limestone soils gives it strength and color. The blending of these diverse terroirs, combined to an equal part of cabernet sauvignon and merlot, confers to Château Biston-Brillette the spirit of a Moulis wine with a frank and modern character.

The traditional vinification takes place with first of all a particular attention paid to the state of the harvest carried out at the maximum of the maturity of the grape. The plot selections are vinified in thermo-regulated stainless steel vats, then 3 months after the harvest, the wine is assembled and deposited in oak barrels of which 1/3 is renewed every year. The aging will allow the wine to refine and give it its aptitudes for aging. Regular racking will allow it to flourish.