Chateau Gloria Saint-Julien
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Region: Saint-Julien, Bordeaux, France
Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot
Chateau Gloria Saint-Julien has a wonderful, harmonious bouquet of copious blackberry, briary, cedar, and tobacco notes is so effortless.
Song: If This Is a Dream by Maureen Mason
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About Chateau Gloria Saint-Julien
Chateau Gloria Saint-Julien has a wonderful, harmonious bouquet of copious blackberry, briary, cedar and tobacco notes that just feels so… effortless. The very harmonious palate offers pure black fruit laced with graphite. Displaying moderate weight and fine acidity, and quite linear and focused on the finish, this is very classy.
About Chateau Gloria
Created by Henri Martin and the only one of its kind as this 50-hectare vineyard was put together piece-by-piece over a number of years, through the purchase of plots exclusively from grand crus classiﬁed in 1855.
A vineyard covering 50 hectares, with an average vine age of 40 years, spread across three areas, in the middle of Beychevelle and then in the west and the north of the appellation (bordering Pauillac) on soil made up of Gunzian gravel covering a layer of clay and sand.
Once the grapes have been picked by hand, the harvest is vinified in the traditional way in heat-regulated stainless steel vats, in order to produce truly exceptional wines which can be laid down for a long time. The wine then spends 14 months being aged in casks, with an average of 40% of them
being replaced every year.