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Chateau Pomeaux’s two hectares of vineyards is in a magnificent situation on the southern slope of the Pomerol plateau.
Chateau Pomeaux’s vines, which are 100% Merlot Noir, average approximately 45 years of age. The soil of Chateau Pomeaux’s vineyards is a combination of gravel, clay, and ferruginous sand with iron-pan and clay in the subsoil. Chateau Pomeaux produces an extraordinarily rich and robust wine with delicate balance and an elegant and marvellous bouquet. Chateau Pomeaux’s vineyards are located approximately 1 mile from Chateau Petrus, approximately one-half mile from Chateau Le Pin and Vieux Chateau Certan, and approximately one-quarter mile from Chateau Cheval Blanc and Chateau Figeac, which can be clearly seen from Chateau Pomeaux.
Chateau Pomeaux’s vineyards are maintained in a meticulous manner, and its wines are produced to create the highest quality wine possible. On the southern slope of Pomerol, Chateau Pomeaux employs a combination of sophisticated winemaking techniques, including rigorous pruning, green harvests, late picking to ensure optimum maturity, meticulous hand picking and sorting, selection, lengthy temperature-controlled maceration and slow fermentation in small oak tanks, malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels, scrupulous vinification, and extended ageing in new oak barrels. Chateau Pomeaux produces approximately 4,000 to 5,000 bottles (0.75 litres each) of high-quality wine each year.
"This estate is admirably revealed deep ruby/purple, with a sweet, sensual nose of black fruits intermixed with hints of wood, cedar, and spice."
- Robert Parker
"Blackberry, Full-bodied, with a solid core of ripe fruit and very silky tannins, This is dense and focused, Tightly kinit, like a small ball of cashmere yearn."
- James Suckling
A lot of wild berry fruit; like blackberry, raspberry. A hint of black truffle as well. Very dense actually. Best Sommelier of the world
- Andreas Larrson