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All Wines Merlot Based Blend Château Gromel Bel Air 2018
Château Gromel Bel Air
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Château Gromel Bel Air 2018

TRIPLE Gold-winning Bordeaux - stunning!
Red - Medium Bodied
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Château Gromel Bel Air 2018
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Château Gromel Bel Air
Wine file
Red - Medium Bodied
12.5% ABV
7.4 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2024
Awards
Gold Medal, Gilbert & Gaillard International Competition, 2020 Gold Medal, Concours des Feminalise-Beaume, 2020 Gold Medal, Sakura Japan Woman’s Wine Awards, 2020 Silver Medal, Challenge International du Vin, 2020
Wine Summary
Some of Bordeaux’s top names have recognised the potential of Pomerol's neighbour, Fronsac. Its wines tend to be a touch more rustic than those of Pomerol and Saint Emilion, with a characteristic freshness and pleasing tannic bite. Château Gromel Bel Air lies just beyond the Fronsac boundary, on a very similar terroir and boasts some of the area's highest vineyards. The limestone soils bring out a dense fruit character in the Merlot and are also good for Cabernet Sauvignon, not always easy to grow on this side of the Dordogne. This top vintage was aged in oak for a year, gaining elegant notes of vanilla that balance the wealth of ripe black fruit. Quality is a given with its Supérieur status and trio of Gold medals. Decant early or cellar.