68.00 SGD -26%
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Located near the Church of Lalande-de-Pomerol, built in the 12th century by the Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta, Château PERRON, dating from 1642 is one of the oldest properties in the town .
At the heart of the Lalande-de-Pomerol appellation, Chateau PERRON covers 36 hectares of vines in AOC Lalande-de-Pomerol. Chateau PERRON has been the property of the Massonie family for three generations. Since 1958, the management of Chateau Perron has been family-run, first with Auguste Massonie and his son Michel-Pierre MASSONIE. Since 2000, his three children, Beatrice, Bertrand and Thibaut represent Chateau Perron.
The term “lande” comes from Celtic “landa”: uncultivated, poor land where broom and heather grow. This difficult land is favourable for the vines which will produce few grapes but of high quality.
The estate covering 36.17 hectares of vines of which 63% are old vines with an average age of 25 years old planted in Sandy-gravelly with iron oxide subsoil
The estate is also committed to environmental initiatives such as the ISO 14001 standard within the environmental management system, HVE3 standard and also organic conversion started in 2019.
Chateau PERRON La Fleur is a selection of 100% Merlot from the oldest vines of the vineyard. Hand picked and aged in 50% new truncated wooden vats.
This wine is often denser than Chateau PERRON. It has a great ageing potential and will be appreciated when tasted alone or with a main course based on red meat.
Fine and intense bouquet, fresh fruit and toast and vanilla sticks. Firm but juicy. Attractive fruit but slight extraction. Finish severe.
Culinary Recommendation: To serve 16 C - 18 C. Good match with meats, legumes, vegetables, rice, semi hard cheeses and desserts.