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Producer : Chateau St. Jean
Region : California (USA), USA (USA)
Bottle Per Case : 12 x 750 ml
Food Pairing : Cured Meat, Duck breast, Red Meat
Founded in 1973, Chateau St. Jean was conceived as a true fine wine estate in the European style, where wines from individual vineyards were kept separate to fully capture individual character of each site. The wines received immediate critical acclaim, and Chateau St. Jean was soon recognized as a leader in single vineyard designated wines. This attractive and well-made wine offers a nice combination of red cherry and light fresh herb flavours that are accented by hints of wood smoke. It's a medium-bodied, palate-cleansing and an easy-to-enjoy wine.
|Bottles Per Case||12 Pack|
|Cellaring||Drink Now or Cellar|
|Sweetness||XD - Extra Dry See Sweetness Chart|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
|Producer||Chateau St. Jean|
|Region||California (USA), USA (USA)|
|Style||Juicy, fruity reds|
|Food Pairing||Cured Meat, Duck breast, Red Meat|
|Price of Case||$275.88|
In the early 1970s, Ken Sheffield, and Bob, and Ed Merzoian – San Joaquin Valley table grape growers and shippers – began a search for the perfect setting to build a premium California winery. The Valley of the Moon was their first choice and their attention focused on 250 acres of the Goff estate.
Chateau St. Jean was founded in October 1973 and named after Jean Sheffield Merzoian – sister, sister-in-law, and wife to the owners.
The inaugural vintage was produced at another winery by Chateau St. Jean’s first winemaker, Dick Arrowood. The first vintage made on the property was in 1975.
In 1980, the winery and grounds in Kenwood, California were completed. The winery was designed from the ground up to accommodate numerous lots of grapes and keep them separate throughout the winemaking process to make sure vineyard designation stayed pure.
It's important to remember that taste is subjective, and personal preferences play a significant role.
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