Tasting note: The dark ruby/purple-tinged, juicy 2011 Domaine de l’Eglise offers up black currant, black cherry, incense and floral notes. Medium-bodied with good fruit and soft tannins, it is best drunk over the next 7-8 years.
Borie-Manoux is one of the biggest family-owned French wineries and wine merchant groups with a strong position on the home market and exporting to around 90 countries all over the world. Borie-Manoux owns a dozen Châteaux, including Batailley, Haut-Bages-Montpelou, Beau-Site, Trotte Vieille, and Domaine de l`Eglise located in the best known Classified Growths in the Bordeaux region.
• The originality of Borie-Manoux is to be at the same time vine grower, wine maker, distributor and to be one of the last family owned group of Bordeaux.