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Chateau Plince
Pomerol

Location: Chateau Plince is located in Pomerol. Pomerol is a wine making area on the right-bank of the Gironde Estuary in Bordeaux of Southwestern France.

Vineyards: Chateau Plince has 8.3 hectares (about 21 acres) of vineyards. The vineyards are planted with 75% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. The average age of the vines is 25 years. Planting of the vines is at a density of 5,500 per hectare.

History: The current owner of Chateau Plince is the Moreau family through S.C.E.V Moreau. From the mid-1990s to now, the Chateau has become a favorite of those looking for a quality wine from Pomerol that has a good quality-price ratio.

Style: "Ample, rich, almost over-ripe nose. Medium body. Good grip. Lovely black fruit. This is a lovely, seductive wine. Very good for a bourgeois Pomerol." (Clive Coates, The Vine)

Second Wine: Pavillon Plince