2009 Chateau des Moulins Haut-Medoc

The 2009 harvest had warm, consistent weather, resulting in wines with rich, opulent black-red fruit flavors of cherry, plum and currant. While not necessarily a classic vintage from Bordeaux, the wine still displays sophisticated textbook nuances of dried herbs and graphite, along with firm, yet appetizing tannins. Meant for food, this is a wine that will shine when paired with herb-inflected red meats, like lamb and beef.

Recipe Pairings

Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom Ragout

Flavor Profile


Tastes Like

black cherry

black currant




Bordeaux, France



Prime Rib

Braised Meats

Did You Know?

The Zinfandel grape, made famous in California, is actually native to Croatia, where it's called Crljenak Kaštelanski.