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Château Haut Cormier

As passionate about wine as my great-grandfather, in the 1980s I took over the family estate founded in 1904 and called at the time Le Cormier. With a desire to continue producing quality wines, I have bought new plots and restructured the entire vineyard, massively replanting the finer grape varieties and modernising the cellars. I’m proud to continue writing the history of this family estate, which I have renamed Château Haut Cormier to give it the recognition that it merits.

Haut Cormier refers to the locality in which the estate lies.
Château Haut Cormier

Château Haut Cormier

Bordeaux Rouge

Technical informations

Location : Saint Aubin de Blaye
Vineyard surface : 13 hectares
Soils : Sandy gravel
Blend of grape variety : 95 % Merlot, 5 % Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine-making process :

Traditional vinification, barrelling, maceration prior to fermentation if possible, alcoholic fermentation with pumping over, running off.

Tasting comments :

A pretty colour with deep purple glints. A subtle nose with fresh fruit and woody and spicy aromas, some amylic notes. The palate is appealing for its pleasant tannins, its fruit, its generous fleshiness. The whole is well integrated, harmonious, with a beautifully fresh, fruity finish.

Wine pairings :

White meats with sauce

Awards :

o Vintage 2016: Gold medal Frankfurt International Wine Trophy 2017, Bronze medal Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2017, Gold medal Lyon 2017, Gold medal Vins du Sud Ouest 2017
o Vintage 2017 : Gold medal Gilbert & Gaillard 2018, Or Challenge International du Vin 2018, Gold medal Féminalise 2018, Silver medal AWC Vienna 2018, Silver medal CWSA 2018, Silver medal Lyon 2018, Silver medal Elle à Table 2018, Bronze medal International Wine Awards 2018, Bronze medal Académie des Vins et de la Gastronomie Française 2018, Palm Wine & Food Pairing - London 2018

Château Haut Cormier

Château Haut Cormier

Bordeaux Supérieur

Technical informations

Location : Saint Aubin de Blaye
Vineyard surface : 13 hectares
Soils : Sandy gravel
Blend of grape variety : 95% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine-making process :

Traditional vinification, barrelling, maceration prior to fermentation if possible, alcoholic fermentation with pumping over, running off, malolactic fermentation

Tasting comments :

The colour is deep, the nose offers aromas in which wood and ripe cherry mingle. The palate is fresh, with supple, well-integrated tannins giving amylic notes and good sweetness. The wine as a whole is generous and fresh.

Wine pairings :

Moussaka

Awards :

o Vintage 2016 : Gold medal Lyon 2017, Gold medal Vins du Sud Ouest 2017
o Vintage 2017 : Gold medal Gilbert & Gaillard 2018, Gold medal Lyon 2018, Gold medal Frankfurt 2018, Silver medal CWSA 2018, Silver medal International Wine Awards 2018, Silver medal Académie des Vins et de la Gastronomie Française 2018, Silver medal Féminalise 2018, Silver medal AWC Vienna 2018, Bruxelles 2018 79,9/100

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