La Cave Wine and Spirits
Château Pindefleurs dates back to Antoine de Sèze, its original owner, who was mayor of Saint-Émilion in 1625. Today, the 15 hectares of Château Pindefleurs is planted in clay-limestone soil, mainly gravelly, to 90% Merlot and 5% each Cab Sauvignon and Cab Franc. The vines average 35 years old. In great vintages such as 2009 Château Pindefleurs is known for an expansive bouquet and a taste profile that is full blown yet delicate. It has depth and refinement, strength and finesse. Medium-bodied, it displays dark purple color, a big, sweet kiss of black currants, raspberries, crushed rock, and floral notes. It unrolls a long and silky taste in the mouth, the mark of the Grands Crus of Saint-Émilion.