Château Aney Haut Médoc 2014

Wine Attributes 

 Wine attributes

Tasting Notes


Château Aney Haut Médoc 2014 is a robust and sophisticated red blend. A harmonious blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot, this vintage is sure to be a hit. Enjoy intense aromas, ripe red fruit flavors, and a balanced finish that lingers on the palate. Ideal for special occasions or savoring with food, this classic Bordeaux will impress your guests.
About the Producer

About the Producer 

Located in the prestigious Haut-Médoc region of Bordeaux, Château Aney is a captivating estate that truly reflects the essence of its terroir. The vineyards, spanning 35 hectares, are nestled in an exceptional location where the Gironde Estuary influences the microclimate, creating the perfect conditions for grape cultivation.

The terroir of Château Aney is characterized by its diverse soil types, including gravel, clay, and limestone. This unique combination imparts distinct flavors and textures to the wines. The vineyard management team at Château Aney meticulously tends to the vines, employing sustainable practices to ensure the health and vitality of the plants.

In the cellar, Château Aney follows a careful winemaking process that highlights the natural beauty of the grapes. The handpicked fruit undergoes fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, allowing for a gentle extraction of flavors and aromas. The wines are then aged in French oak barrels, where they develop complexity and depth.

Château Aney takes great pride in the vegetal characteristics that define its wines. The careful blending of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Petit Verdot results in wines that showcase notes of blackcurrant, plum, and spices, with a subtle hint of earthiness. These vegetal nuances add layers of complexity and depth to the wines, creating a truly captivating sensory experience.

Explore the remarkable wines of Château Aney and indulge in the artistry that comes from their carefully tended vineyards, skilled cellar practices, and the unique terroir of the Haut-Médoc. Immerse yourself in the flavors of Bordeaux and experience the true essence of this esteemed wine region.