CHEVAL NOIR BORDEAUX BLANC 750ML (12 BOTTLES)
Country of Origin: France
In 1892, when Fréderik Mähler, then 20 years old, decides to leave the Netherlands to come and settle in Bordeaux in the fine wines and spirits trade. 1928, Henry Mähler-Besse came to assist. Together, they add the passion of the vineyard to that of wine while becoming co-owners in 1938 of Château Palmer in Margaux, then by buying Château Cheval Noir in St. Emilion. Shortly after the Second World War, Frederik bequeathed control of the company to his son Henry.
First known under the name Cheval Noir in 1895, this property is one of the oldest in Saint-Émilion. Château Cheval Noir was purchased in 1937 by the Mähler-Besse family. This was their first vineyard acquisition. Located in close proximity to the most famous estates in Saint-Émilion, Château Cheval Noir produces outstanding wine. Hubert de Boüard (well-known oenologist and co-owner of Château Angélus, a Premier Grand Cru Classé and neighbour of Cheval Noir) has shared his expertise to make Cheval Noir for the past several years.
The wine is specially expressing Sauvignon Blanc's rich aromas. Skin contact and cold fermentation the extraction of aromas and aroma precursors. Concentrated with aromas of citrus and blackcurrant buds.