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2016 Chateau Fontblanche, AC Bordeaux

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Chateau Fontblanche shows lots of ripe black fruit character and well knit structure.  Smart enough to take to a dinner party but just as useful as an everyday claret.


Fontblanche is the second wine of Chateau Montlau, which sits in an advantageous hilltop spot overlooking Saint Emilion.  This fabulous value claret is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Malbec and punches well above it’s humble price tag.


 

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