In 2009, nearby Chateau Cadet-Piola joined the estate, bringing the total vineyard surface to nearly 60 hectares in one single block on the Saint-Emilion plateau, 30 of which belong to Chateau Soutard. Since the 2012 classification, Cadet-Piola is an integral part of Chateau Soutard and each of their three wines, the Grands Crus Classés Soutard and Larmande, as well as the Grand Cru Grand Faurie La Rose, continue to be vinified in their own cellars.
63 % merlot, 28% cabernet franc, 7 % cabernet sauvignon, 2 % malbecThis wine is a combination of red and black fruit with high acid, tannins and a big body. The wine has great aging potential as it can sit and cellar from about 10-12 years conservatively.
|Wine Type||Table Wine|
|Pairs Well With||Duck, Veal, Turkey|
|Supervision||OU, Rabbi Rottenberg of Paris|