Sainte-Sulpice Entre Deux Mers Rouge
Merlot. Cabernet. Malbec. US Representatives Chateau Saint-Sulpice is a 145-acre property situated in the heart of the Bordeaux region just south of St-Emilion. The Duberge family takes great pride of their wine, and their cellar is spotless and modern. Made from a blend of Merlot (75%), Cabernet (15%) and Malbec (10%). Chateau Saint-Sulpice is typically fragrant, soft and well balanced - a superior example of its appellation. Alc 14.2% by vol. 28.4 Product of France. The 100-acre Chateau Saint-Sulpice estate is situated in the eponymous village in northern Entre-Deux-Mers, just south of St. Emilion and 14 miles northeast of the city of Bordeaux. The property is planted mainly with Merlot and is very carefully tended by owner-winemaker Pierre Duberge and his son Christophe. Made with the same methods of utmost quality as those used to produce classified growth Bordeaux, Chateau Saint-Sulpice represents an extraordinary value and rare quality.