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Château Coudert

Château Coudert



Château Coudert is a powerful wine, structured with a great concentration which gives it volume and roundness.


  • Appellation : AOC Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
  • Area: 10 ha
  • Soil : clay-limestone
  • Grape varieties : 90% merlot, 10% cabernet franc
  • Ageing : 12 months ageing in French oak barrels, 90 % of which is new oak


Château Coudert is located on the highest hill of St-Christophe-des-Bardes. This eighteenth  century majestic building dominates the valley of the same name and offers a 360° view of the territory and the village. This site was occupied by the German army during the Second World War.  It is now the family home where Mr. and Mrs. Carles still reside.


Medals :

  • Vintage 2004: Silver (Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2011)
  • Vintage 2009: Silver (Citadelles du Vin 2015)
  • Vintage 2011: Commended (Decanter World Wine Awards 2015)
  • Vintage 2012: Commended (Decanter World Wine Awards 2016)
« Ce château Coudert, couleur rubis vif, au bouquet naissant de fruits rouges, d’amande et de nuances mentholées est ample, tonique et bien charpenté en bouche ». Château Coudert 2009 / Guide Hachette 2013
The 2015 Coudert is decidedly ripe, plummy and flamboyant. Crème de cassis, raspberry, hard candy, sweet spices, menthol and new leather are all pushed forward in this racy Saint-Émilion. This is one of the riper 2015 Saint-Émilions I tasted, yet there is a good deal of floral-infused aromatic lift that provides just the enough freshness to keep things in check. Château Coudert 2015 / Antonio Galloni (87-90)

11 July 2016


AOC Saint-Emilion Grand Cru


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