James Suckling 91
This has an array of juicy, rich red-plum and berry aromas and flavors that make for a very impressively balanced wine that has good, persistent red-fruit flavor through the finish.
by James Suckling, JS, 2019.
Wine Enthusiast 89
This producer based in the center of the Entre-deux-Mers region has produced a stalky, black-currant-flavored wine. With dark-coffee flavors as well as the fruitiness, the wine has some aging potential.
by Wine Enthusiast, WE, 2019.
This magnificent XVIII century building is a former Lous XVI shooting loodge.The current owners , Alain & Bernadette Aubert, have known how to preserve This exceptional historic heritage. The terrace of the chateau offers an amazing view of the Dordogne which flows beneath it and over the property of some 80 hectares, giving life to a red wine, Bordeaux Superieur, the Chateau Ribebon.
Intense color, shiny ruby reflections.
Nose: red and black fruit Ripe and concentrated tanins Complex and sophisticated wine, well balanced throughout the tasting. Generous volume, full bodied and rich and elegant nal taste. The tasting reects the expression of the terroir and the quality of the grapes.
plot selection and sorting in the vines and ithe cellar, total de-stemming, fermenting of the must in stainless steel tanks thermo-regulated. Maintaining fermentation temperatures around 28C. Pneumatic pressing.
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Château Ribebon is an 80-ha (198-acre) Bordeaux Supérieur estate boasting an 18th century château once used as a hunting lodge by King Louis XVI of France. The estate is best known for its Merlot-dominant grand vin produced from its 40-year-old vines.