The history of Château la Connivence is a story of friendship, a human adventure where oenophile friends decide to create not “a good wine” but a “very good wine”. The mythical Pomerol appellation became the cradle of this complicity which united the 3 owners: Johan Micoud, former football international, Arnaud Wiltrand and Alexandre de Malet Roquefort, owner of Château la Gaffelière, Saint-Emilion. Only 2,500 bottles come from this property.
The second wine of Château la Connivence in Pomerol, La Belle Connivence comes from younger vines and was made with the help of consultant Claude Gros. It’s a smoking good wine that offers big, opulent aromas and flavors of black cherries, scorched earth, graphite and lots of minerality.
Medium to full-bodied on the palate, with lots of fruit, yet also class in its elegant, seamless texture and ripe tannin, it’s hidden little gem to seek out.
Producer: La Belle Connivence
Varietal: Merlot, Cabernet Franc
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