Pulpa 2020 du Château Siaurac
Is a slightly different cuvee from Château Siaurac, made from 70% of Merlot and 30% of Malbec planted in 2009 on sandy-clay soils. The grapes were hand-picked and the varieties vinified separately without sulphur.
The idea of this cuvée was to keep all the purity, the fruit and the freshness of the grapes. And it is a very nice success, Pulpa is thus a fruity, greedy wine, a very nice and modern interpretation of the beautiful terroir of Lalande-de-Pomerol.
This is a confidential cuvée, only 1654 bottles were produced in 2019, luckily we managed to get a few.
Château Siaurac in Néac (33)
With its 46 hectares almost in one piece, in the extension of the plateau of Pomerol in Néac, Château Siaurac is the largest and most emblematic of the properties of the Lalande-de-Pomerol appellation.
Close to the confluence of the Isle and Dordogne rivers, and protected to the south-west by the Fronsac hillock, the appellation is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and benefits from a sunny climate with hot, dry summers followed by beautiful back seasons favourable to the ripening of the grapes.
The estate has no less than 40 distinct plots of gravel, deep clay or clayey sand, cultivated according to their own characteristics, providing the possibility of complementary blends by optimising the impact of the vintages. The vineyard is made up of 75% of Merlot, 20% of Cabernet Franc and 5% of Malbec.
Discover also the first wine of the Château Siaurac in 2014.