Also known for its goat cheese, Valençay is a small town in south-east Touraine producing red wines made of local grapes: Gamay, Pinot Noir, Côt (the local name for Malbec) and sometime Cabernet Sauvignon. This traditional blend is quite unusual and makes red Valençay wines very interesting! This bottle offers an intense nose of fresh red fruits, pepper and a nice smoky touch. The palate has volume, intensity, roundness and a beautiful silky finish with persistent red fruit flavours. Great wine, especially if you want to discover something new and away from the classic single varietal wines!
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|Wine Characteristics||When & how to drink?|
Château de Quinçay
Dry red wine
From now to 2021
1 hour before
White and red meats
Valençay goat cheese
Clay, limestone and gravel
Sustainable - Terra Vitis certified
25 years old
10 months in vats
|What experts say|
1* "This cuvée bears the name of the place where it was born, in the town of Meusnes. A garnet robe with purple hues announces an intense nose of fresh fruits. The palate offers volume, roundness and a beautiful silky finish on red fruit flavours."