Château La Création 2012 - Pomerol


Here is a bottle with an original story: Château La Création is a new estate in Pomerol, which is pretty rare! 2012 is their first vintage ever and its quality has surprised many critics right away. It is a typical fruity Pomerol, with beautiful notes of raspberry, liquorice and spices. You may like the strange label or not, but you will love its roundness on the palate. Give it a try!

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Here is a bottle with an original story: Château La Création is a new estate in Pomerol, which is pretty rare! 2012 is their first vintage ever and its quality has surprised many critics right away. It is a typical fruity Pomerol, with beautiful notes of raspberry, liquorice and spices. You may like the strange label or not, but you will love its roundness on the palate. Give it a try!
 
Wine CharacteristicsWhen & how to drink?
 
Domain: Château La Création
Vintage: 2012
Appelation: Pomerol
Region: Bordeaux
Type: Dry Red wine
 
Grapes: 65% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
 
 
Drink from now to 2019
Open and decant 2 hours before
Serve at 16-18°C
 
Food pairing: This fruity Pomerol will be great with a slow cooked pork tenderloin with a honey sauce.
 
 Technical stuff
  
Soil: Sand and clay
Vineyard size: 4.6 ha
Age of vines: 45 years old
Harvest: Manual
Ageing: 18 months in oak barrels
Alcohol: 14%
 
What experts say  
  
88 "This has succulent raspberry and boysenberry fruit, with silky tannins and a lingering, anise-infused finish. Subtle tobacco notes weave through the background. Not big, but shows good tipicity and focus. Drink now through 2017."
 
  
  
"Spicy subtlety, with a well structured tannin, this wine coming from sandy clay soils offer a nice finish."
  
  * (Very good wine)  

 

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Château La Création 2012 - Pomerol

Château La Création 2012 - Pomerol

Here is a bottle with an original story: Château La Création is a new estate in Pomerol, which is pretty rare! 2012 is their first vintage ever and its quality has surprised many critics right away. It is a typical fruity Pomerol, with beautiful notes of raspberry, liquorice and spices. You may like the strange label or not, but you will love its roundness on the palate. Give it a try!