Chateau de Malengin Montagne Saint-Emilion 2009 is deep purple colored, and bright. Powerful and complex range of aromas, expresses ripe black fruits anointed an elegant oak and spicy. After a strong attack and fruity, the palate reveals a round, meaty flesh, warm and remarkably balanced. Full, ripe and roundly fruity, this is a good example of the natural opulence of 2009. It has rich black fruits, soft tannins, a dark hint of wood and generous richness. Powered by both its acidity and its structure, it is developing well.

A region named after the charming, quaint historical town in Bordeaux, St-√âmilion is situated on the right bank of Bordeaux. It’s grapes of choice are Merlot and Cabernet Franc (called Bouchet on the right bank). The region has its own classification system, updated and revised every few years.