Chateau Pimpine is located next to Chateau le Puy and the Amoreau family owns the vineyard. The winemaking at Chateau Pimpine is under the direction of Jean-Pierre Amoreau and his son Pascal. They apply the same biodynamic methodology at Pimpine with stunning results. The vineyards are located between Saint Emilion and Saint Cibard—the same plateau as Saint Emilion and Pomerol. The vineyards are 110 meters above sea level and the soil consists of clay, flint and limestone. The Chateau overlooks the Dordone Valley, once known as the “Plateau of Wonders” due to the exceptional wines produced there. Making naturally elegant, high quality Bordeaux has been a way of life for the Amoreau family for four centuries.
Color: Intense ruby red Nose: Intense and enveloping, of ripe red fruit and spices Taste: Smooth, round and velvety, with fine well-integrated tannins