With the Château du Tertre Les Hauts du Tertre Margaux comes a first-class red wine in the glass. In this, it reveals a wonderfully bright, crimson color. With a little side layer, the red wine glass reveals a charming garnet red tone on the edges. If you pan the glass, you can perceive a perfect balance with this red wine, because it is neither watery nor syrupy or liqueur-like on the walls of the glass. The nose of this Château du Tertre red wine shows all kinds of forest fruit condiment, plum muse, blueberries, rum pot and Mon Cheri cherry. As if this were not already impressive, further aromas such as bitter chocolate, vanilla and cocoa bean are added due to the ageing in a small wooden barrel.
This dry red wine from Château du Tertre is for wine drinkers who prefer 0.0 grams of residual sugar in the wine. On the tongue, this balanced red wine is characterized by an extremely dense and creamy texture. The finale of this red wine from the Bordeaux wine-growing region, more precisely from Médoc, finally convinces with a remarkable reverberation.
Braised chicken in red wine,
goose breast with ginger red cabbage,
and marjoram or duck breast with sugar pods.