Château Belregard-Figeac 2006
|Date of publication||28/02/18|
|Denomination||Saint-Émilion Grand Cru|
|Value for money|
|Current price||35.00 €|
Aging has added more brick to the color here than the 2010 and the color is lighter. In the aroma the cardamom and notes of pepper, as always with a hint of black truffle, are more distinct and while the bouquet is more complex, it has a bit of trouble opening. The notes in the mouthfeel are more suave, balanced and harmonious while the persistence is a bit off, perhaps due to age.
Confit duck is very popular in southwest France, actually from Bordeaux to Biarritz they always eat it. And in Périgord and at the Libourne market you can often find Périgord black truffle in winter. What would they be like together?