The Chateau Les Grands Sillons Cuvee Amodis appears a ruby-red color with dark, carmine highlights in the glass. The nose is oaky and fruity followed by a refined palate.
Pair with parsley ham, skirt steak, spit-roasted capon, coq au vin, and aged cheeses
Château Les Grands Sillons, whose total surface area is 2,81 hectares (6,9 acres), is made up of 3 plots, all around the estate.
Traditional crop management practices and Guyot pruning are used. The harvest is picked manually and then sorted on a sorting table. Modern techniques now came to be combined with the traditional methods of maturing the wine to keep better complexity of aromas). The wine is aged in oak barrels of 1 to 3 wines originating from french woods.
70% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc sourced from the younger vines of the estate and aged in 1/3 oak barrel.