Featuring a beautiful raspberry colour, Le Dragon de Quintus has a floral,
tremendously delicate nose with a subtle hint of oak. The wine is ethereal,
smooth, full-bodied, and altogether charming on the palate.
This is a very enjoyable wine that will ensure immediate pleasure.
2013 was a veritable obstacle course for winegrowers. For a start, a rainy spring upset flowering, causing coulure and millerandage. Fungal diseases were nevertheless largely contained. Summer was warm and dry, although a heavy rainstorm in July with strong winds reduced the potential crop. The harvest took place later than usual, with alternating periods of sun and rain. Very rigorous sorting (both manual and with an optical sorting machine) meant that only fruit in good condition was retained. The weather conditions throughout the growing season led to a small crop, but modern winemaking techniques and close, expert attention guaranteed the quality of the wines.
Some Technical Information
From September 30th to October 9th
Cabernet Sauvignon: 13 %
Cabernet Franc: 30.5 %
On the 16th and 17th of April 2015