Located in Carignan de Bordeaux, the Château first appeared on registers in the 11th century and was built on a Roman villa site in 1452 by Poton de Xaintrailles - a companion-in-arms of Joan of Arc - as a gift from King Charles VII of France. The estate is now the property of Andy Lench who has owned it since 2007. Château Carignan offers a great deal of wines with excellent value and quality, and has worked with consultant oenologist Mr. Louis Mitjaville since 1998. The dominant grape variety is Merlot, which offers supple, well-rounded and highly fruity wines.
Intense red dark color and brilliance. The nose is complex with a wide range of aromas. Long and fleshy mouth with a tannic structure, concentrated flavors of black...