Château Taffard de Blaignan gets its name from Mr. Jean-Baptiste Taffard, Gentleman of the King’s great Vénerie (hunting club). He was the third son of Mr. Pierre Taffard, whose origins date back from the end of the 16th century. Still, with an altimetry of thirty-four meters, one of the highest points of the peninsula, vines have been present in the region since the 14th century.
Notes and Reviews
Chateau Taffard De Blaignan is a Medoc wine that goes particularly well with roasted red meat, or with hard, a little dry “mountain” cheese.
|Grape Varieties||Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon|
|Age of Vines||30 years old|
|Vinification||Traditional at low temperature to preserve the aromas of the wine.|
|Elevage||One part of the wine is aged with oak treatment to preserve the balance between the fruit and oak tannins.|