Uchida Cuvée Miracle 2018 - A.O.C Haut-Médoc
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Description

Osamu Uchida was very young, attracted by the work of a winegrower. His parents wine merchants in Japan, encourage him to make his dream come true. He decided to settle in France in 1999 and study viti-oeno.He also takes the opportunity to visit many areas and do internships in different regions.He then found 60ares of Cabernet Sauvignon vines for rent in the Médoc vineyards, renowned for its exceptional classified growths. In order to deliver a very pure expression of the fruit and to set up a sustainable viticulture, to which he is keen, Osamu works as much as possible by hand. His grapes, harvested at optimum maturity, are then vinified traditionally in his garage, not far from Château Mouton Rothschild, a contrast that he likes to recall.





Technical sheet

  • The producer
    Uchida
  • Type of wine
    Non Classified
  • Appellation
    Haut-Médoc
  • Superficy
    0.6 hectares
  • Age of the vines
    30 years
  • Harvests
    100% hand harvested
  • When should you drink it?
    Drink between 2021 and 2030
  • Wine apogee
    2025
  • How is it now?
    Encore jeune on doit le garder en cave
  • Service temperature
    16.5-18°

The vineyard

This Red wine (Non Classified) from Haut-Médoc is made with a vineyard that has an area of 0.6 hectares by Uchida. The average age of the vines is 30 years. The harvest for this wine are 100% hand harvested.

Into the cellars

This wine has remained 12 months in Thermo-regulated tanks.

Haut-Médoc

The clearing and enhancement of the Médoc only dates from the 16th and 17th centuries. The wines of this region are quickly known and their fame crosses borders.The appellation is recognized by the decree of November 14, 1936, updated in December 2011.
The soils are mainly composed of gravels, that is to say a mixture of gravels and sands, with nuances given the extent of the appellation area and the presence of a clay-limestone subsoil outcropping very marginally.