A Winery Story dating back to the 17th Century
The origin of vines Château Pédesclaux was founded in 1810 by wine broker Pierre Urbain Pédesclaux. However, the geology came out for all during the 17th and 18th century. In 2009, the vineyard area expanded to 48 hectares and the winery will be certified in organic agriculture in 2022.
Specific Methods of Winemaking at Château Pédesclaux
The vineyard plants 48% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Petit Verdot and 2% Cabernet Franc. As well as the new gravity-fed winery promises to preserve grapes’ aroma without any pumping. Pumps are not used in the winemaking process at any time. The cold storage room promotes the dissemination of colour and aromas. Additionally, the vineyard has 58-double compartment cone tanks. These are perfect for plot-by-plot vinification. This helps in enriching the range of flavors’ expressions at the time of blend. Notably, the vine density of this vineyard is close to 8333 vines per hectare. The young vintages decant for an average of 1-3 hours. It allows the wine to open its perfume and to soften.
Come and Taste Enthralling Wines from the Bordeaux Region
So, plan your next trip here and taste the most exotic wines of all time. The newly renovated winery will greet you there. Explore more about wine tasting here. The wines surely impress you with its dense and charming style. The winery will allow you to taste wine in the heart of the winery. For instance, their wine Château Pédesclaux and Fleur de Pédesclaux is a must for a wine lover to taste. The average age of the vines is 35 years old with some being much older. Château Pédesclaux’s oldest vines were planted in 1950.