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    Chateau Senejac, Haut Medoc 2018
    Chateau Senejac, Haut Medoc 2018

    Chateau Senejac, Haut Medoc 2018

    The style of Château Sénéjac is intimately linked to its terroir. Our wines are of great aromatic finesse. The tannins are silky and very well blended.
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    Chateau Senejac Haut Medoc
    Chateau Senejac Haut Medoc
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    59 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 29 % Merlot, 7 % Cabernet Franc, 5 % Petit Verdot.

    Vineyards: 41 ha. Vines 35 years old. Yield : 38 hl/ha.

    Vinification in stainless steel tanks, then aged 15 months in French oak barrels, 30% new.

    The wines of Sénéjac are characterized by a deep color almost black in their young years. The very expressive nose exhales scents of black fruits and spices.

    In mouth, Sénéjac presents a lot of fullness and intensity while remaining suave and civilized thanks to the smoothness of its tannins.

    The wine of Sénéjac is a charming and distinguished wine to drink young for its fullness and its fruit or better still to let age slowly to find the race of its soil.

    Our wines can be drunk very young when charm and fruit dominate. They are also excellent when they age and present more evolved notes with incomparable aromas.

    The 2018 vintage stands out for the purity of its fruit. Notes of blueberry, blackcurrant and pepper mingle... The attack is particularly delicious, followed by a juicy character with great aromatic intensity. A nice acidity and fine tannins complete the tasting for a long and fresh finish.

    A vintage which reveals itself quickly in its youth and which can age for several more years!

    Nicolas de Bloys is the first known owner. In the 16th century, this spirited squire - husband of Jeanne Fleix - planted the first vines on the estate.

    In 1999 Charles de Guigné sold Château Sénéjac to Lorraine Cordier, also owner of Château Talbot, Grand Cru Classé in Saint-Julien. A new impulse is given to the vineyard to bring it up to the level of the best Médoc wines.

    Since 2011, when Lorraine Cordier passed away, her nieces Philippine and Marguerite and her nephew Gustave have taken over the family property, supported by their parents Nancy Bignon-Cordier and Jean-Paul Bignon.

    The Château Sénéjac vineyard covers 150 hectares, within which 41 hectares of vines are cultivated.

    In addition to its exceptional Médoc terroir, Château Sénéjac has a wide range of agricultural land. All of these lands constitute a reserve of biodiversity of great wealth that we wish to maintain, improve and above all preserve.