|GRAPE VARIETIES||Merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon|
|VINEYARD SURFACE AREA||37 hectares|
|ANNUAL PRODUCTION||30,000 bottles|
|SOIL||Limestone plateau, clayey hillside, clayey-sandy foot of the hillside|
History and anecdotes
Arômes de Pavie is Château Pavie’s second wine.
In 1998, Gerard Perse acquired Château Pavie. Major investments began in the Château in order to give its reputation back. Michel Rolland acted as consulting oenologist and the architect Alberto Pinto redesigned the estate. In 2012, the excellence of Château Pavie became well-known thanks to its promotion and “A” classification as Premier Grand Cru in the Saint-Emilion appellation.
|CLASSIFICATION||2nd wine of Château Pavie|
70% of merlot, 20% of cabernet franc, 10% of cabernet sauvignon
Blackcurrant, morello cherry, plum, black fruits, vanilla, spices
|FOOD AND WINE PAIRING||
Grilled sunshine vegetables, roasted veal grenadine
|WINEMAKING||3 weeks in 20 temperature-controlled wood vats, then a malolactic fermentation in barrel, and the wine ageing is done in new oak barrels from 70 to 100% for 18 to 32 months|
|BOTTLE SIZE||75 CL|