Château Canterane AOC Saint-Emilion Red - Technical sheet


Château Canterane

AOC Saint-Emilion Red

This small family estate is remarkably situated at the foot of sloping hills at the heart of the Saint-Emilion appellation in the village of Saint Etienne de Lisse. The chapel of Saint-Faure, built in the thirteenth century and now a listed historical monument, is to be found on this pleasant estate. The vineyard is meticulously made by the Trabut Cussac family for 4th century.

Technical sheets

  • 2012

    VINTAGE 2012


    A deep ruby-coloured wine, the Merlot flavours intermingled with overripe berried fruit, redcurrant and cassis; excellent depth, purity and balance. The palate is supple and creamy at the attack, then ample and rounded with fine tannins and a deliciously fruity finish. The overall impression is one of elegance and intense aromas.


    Best drunk from 2015 but can be laid down for several years more.

  • 2014

    VINTAGE 2014


    The deep purple tints at rim are proof of the youth of this broodingly red-hued, almost black, wine. On swirling, the nose displays notes of ripe Merlot, cassis and liquorice. Crunchy on attack, the palate is ample and rich, with harmonious flavours over soft tannins. A Saint Emilion of great distinction and elegance.


    Best drunk from 2016 but can be laid down for several years more.