Bad Boy 2018 Jean-Luc Thunevin


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France Bordeaux

Grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Franc

Mainly old trees that are 50 years old. After brewing in stainless steel tanks, it is aged for 12-14 months only in new barrels. Kuradashi back vintage is aged in stainless steel tanks for a long time after barrel aging. "Bad Boy" comes from Robert Parker's description of Jean-Luc as a "bad boy".

Merlot is the main ingredient, but the aroma of black fruits such as dark cherries and blackberries is reminiscent of coffee, and it feels heavy and concentrated, and the faint spiciness adds complexity. The wine was born using grapes from the three regions of Bordeaux, Fronsac, and Pomerol, and although it is labeled "Bordeaux AC", it is so Bordeaux-like that it is not as good as other wines, and has precision and depth. increase.

Bordeaux right bank reformer "Thunevin"

"Château Valandreau", which started from a small field of 0.5ha, was promoted to Saint-Emilion's highest rating in 2012. A maker who always challenges new brewing to improve quality. AOC Bordeaux "Bad Boy" is also very popular.