HAUT ROC BLANQUANT
- HAUT ROC BLANQUANT, the estate’s 3rd wine, is named after a historic parcel of the vineyard of Bélair-Monange.
- The name translates literally to “High White Rock,” underscoring the vineyard’s geology.
- Released in very limited quantities since the 2014 vintage, HAUT ROC BLANQUANT is produced from a selection of grapes offering charm, elegance, and approachability from a young age.
- Supple, bright, and inviting, HAUT ROC BLANQUANT channels the refinement of its privileged terroir coupled with an enticing, youthful, fruit-forward vibrancy.
- Saint-Émilion Grand Cru
- 23.5 hectares (58 acres)
- Limestone on the plateau Blue clay on limestone in the slopes
Vineyard grape varietals:
- 90% Merlot
- 10% Cabernet Franc
Average vine age:
- 25 years
- « Culture raisonnée »
- Soil tilling (4 ways)
- Vine growth management adapted to the climatic conditions
- Manual harvest.
- Double sorting: manual and optical
- In thermo-regulated concrete and stainless-steel vats.
- Gentle & controlled maceration & extraction
- 16 months in French oak barrels
- (30% new)