Château Rauzan-Ségla The Exceptional Bottles
The Maison Chai des Chartreux offers you a variety of prestigious flasks
Large containers have the advantage of keeping the wine longer, so aging is better. The volume of air contained in a large format is less important, so exchanges with oxygen are slower. As a result, aging will be slower. In addition, a large format will be less sensitive to changes in outside temperature, as the quantity of wine is greater, the evolution of its temperature will be slower. Large containers have a better aptitude for aging.
- Magnum 1.5 L = 2 bottles
- Double-Magnum 3 L = 4 bottles
- Jéroboam 5 L = 6.67 bottles
- Impériale 6 L = 8 bottles
- Salmanazar 9 L = 12 bottles
- Balthazar 12 L = 16 bottles
- Nabuchodonosor 15 L = bottles
- Melchior 18 L = 24 bottles
- Gaspard 27 L = 36 bottles
We have chosen, the Château Rauzan-Ségla to highlight these jewels in their cases. Belonging to the House of Chanel since 1994, famous French House of haute couture, founded in 1910, by Gabrielle Chanel nicknamed Coco. The Company is today, one of the largest luxury companies in the world. We wanted to pay tribute to Gabrielle Chanel, who revolutionized the image of women by creating iconic pieces, and to Karl Lagerfeld who, from 1983, imagined all the lines of Chanel. The famous designer has revisited the historical sketch of the Château, to make a cheerful and colorful version for the 2009 vintage, marking the 350th anniversary of Château Rauzan Ségla.
The vineyard of Château Rauzan-Ségla, is made up of 70 ha of surface in production, composed of a mosaic of soils, clayey gravels of the Terrace 4, fine sandy-clayey gravels, sandy-gravelly soils. The average age of the vines is 37 years. The grape varieties are composed of 61% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Merlot, 1% Petit Verdot, and 1% Cabernet Franc. The grape harvests are carried out manually, in small box, with manual sorting. The wine is aged in French oak barrels, medium and medium-long toast for 18 months in new barrels.
The wines of Château Rauzan-Ségla are an invitation to travel. They bear the signature of the great Médoc. Rich, complex wines, with dense tannins, the fruits are omnipresent, the tannins are silky, to finish on a beautiful freshness. A mystical journey, in which the soul is rid of the body. The temptation of flight, without apprehension or hesitation, we experience the joy of an endless journey, without hope of return. As the philosopher Giordano Bruno wrote, “Fearing no obstacles, neither crystal nor glass”, “I leave behind me what others see from afar”.