Château de Tiregand 2018 1,5 l


the bottles 1,5 l
(box of 6 bottles 159,00€)
2** Guide Hachette 2020
fruit of the vines aged 15 to 58 years of our vineyard, this pretty wine is very typical of the terroir of Pécharmant, offering a beautiful nose of black cherry, morello cherry, a fleshy mouth, sweet tannins and a long mouth. This Pécharmant, great classic of its appellation, can be enjoyed young, on the fruit. It will reach its optimum after 6 to 7 years of aging.

Prices valid from 15 october 2020 to 30 june 2021
Within the limit of available stocks



Chateau de Tiregand 2018
2** Guide Hachette 2020

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Proprietors: Heirs of the Comtesse F. de SAINT-EXUPERY
Director: François-Xavier de SAINT-EXUPERY
Vineyard Director: Pascal ZANUTO
Oenologist: Jean-Marc DOURNEL & Stéphane SEURIN

Additional information


Situated on the Pécharmant slopes, the vines cover 36.5 hectares and, on average, are 25 years old. The yield from them is 42 hectolitres per hectare – which, after due selection, amounts to 160,000 bottles. This low yield allows fuller expression for the special characteristics of the Pécharmant soil, which consists of sand, gravel and a marked amount of iron in the sub-soil (- 1.80 m).


Fermentation in vats lasts 8 to 10 days, with is carried out in open vats, with careful temperature control, followed by maceration of the wine “on its crust” for a period of about 10 to 15 days, depending on the results of daily tasting tests. Overall, then, vinification takes 20 to 25 days.