is unquestionably the world’s most prestigious wine
growing region. With over 280,000 acres under vine,
57 appellations and 9,000 wine producing chateaux,
Bordeaux is the second largest growing region in
the world (Languedoc, also in France is the largest).
The region’s well drained, limestone-clay soils and
temperate maritime climate create the ideal terroir
for producing red wines of extraordinary character.
classic “farmstead” property, the charming Château
de Candale is located east of St.-Emilion’s celebrated
limestone plateau in one of the region’s most desirable
group of American investors recently purchased
this hillside property and have completely renovated
estate, located near some of the finest premier
grand cru classes of St.-Emilion.
blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc, Château
Roc de Candale is a lively and concentrated wine
offering lush aromas of
cherry and vanillin oak, a layered mouthfeel, good
tannic structure, and a long, well balanced finish.