||South of Gironde, around 60 km from Bordeaux
||Clay and Limestone
||60% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc
||6 months in stainless steel vats
Medium bodied. It has a nice shining plum colour, along with elegant nose of fresh ripe raspberry and black cherry. The mouth is supple, silky and delicately mingles fruity and roasted aromas. A pleasant wine, well structured.
||Best served with meat and cheese, between 15-18°C
||In a cool and dark place. This wine can be drunk now, but will further develop if carefully stored for up to 3 years from bottled. Once opened, consume within 2 days.
“Under the light of blue moon, swirls of wind summon prosperous golden petals.”
Grand Reyne is the newest treasure discovered in Bordeaux, France. Back in the days where traders prayed for a safe sail, a special trading ship was embossed with dragon for good luck. One night under the full moon, a storm attacked a troop of trading ships on the ocean. Countless ships could not survive, but the one and only “dragon ship” made it through the waves. Since then, this dragon has become a symbol of luck, victory, as well as prosperity. This is how Grand Reyne is presented. With grapes from the great Bordeaux, it set sail to the globe, bringing the finest taste of what this ship is proud of; summoning luck, victory, and prosperity for those who have consumed this magical potion.