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Located west of Libourne on the right bank of the Garonne, the appellation covers seven municipalities: La Rivière, Saint-Germain-de-la-Rivière, Saint-Michel-de-Fronsac, Saint Aignan, Saillans and Galgon. It represents about 850 hectares of vines and the annual production is 44,000 hectolitres. In superb landscapes, the vineyard is bordered by two rivers: the Dordogne and the Isle. Fronsac is a red wine appellation only.

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36€85
Château de La Rivière
 2 reviews
2011, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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10€90
Château de La Rivière
 2 reviews
2016, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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11€25
Vignobles Lascaux
2015, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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15€50
Vignobles Dubois
2014, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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19€50
Château de La Rivière
2012, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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14€25
Château L'Escarderie
2016, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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20€00
Château de La Rivière
2006, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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11€60
Château Saint-Vincent
2014, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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18€45
Château de La Rivière
2013, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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13€25
Château Saint-Vincent
2010, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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16€00
Vignobles Lascaux
2015, Bordeaux - Fronsac
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The temperate western climate found in the Libourne region is ideal for ensuring good ripeness of the grapes. It is a climate characterized by mild summers and cool, wet winters.

Located on plateaus and hillsides, the vineyard flourishes in clay-limestone soils suitable for the production of red wines of great ageing potential and quality. More precisely, the soils are made up of Fronsadais molasses: a mixture of sandstone and clay.

The grape varieties authorised to produce this appellation are Merlot (which accounts for 85% of the vines planted), Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.

What to expect during the tasting phase? To the eye, you will appreciate a colour that can be very dark red, dark ruby or garnet. Your nose will discover all the power of this wine and its very great aromatic variety because notes of red fruits and spices will be there. An expert nose will even detect aromas of toast and coffee. Finally, on the palate, it is above all the power and elegance of the tannins that assert the singularity of its wines.

The most successful wine dishes are those that combine Fronsac with red meats, dishes in sauce and spices or sweet cheeses.

 

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