Filia Grand Mayne
- Description : Filia de Grand Mayne, formerly named "Les Plantes du Mayne" from 1986 to 2007, is the second wine of Château Grand Mayne. This new designation of Latin origin and meaning "daughter" evokes the filial link with its illustrious elder. This cuvée is produced from vines growing at the foot of the hillside on southern and western clayey sand soils and young vines.
Filia's blend fulfils the same quality objective as the estate's first wine. Vinified in thermoregulated wooden and stainless-steel vats, the distinctive flavours of Filia de Grand Mayne integrate and mature in French oak barrels for 14 months.
- Appellation : Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
- Typical Blend : 90% Merlot / 10% Cabernet Franc
- Soil Type : Clay-limestone on the hillside and, at its foot, on clay soil
- Vine Age : 35 years
- Maturing : 18 months in barrels (70% new – 30% 1-year)
- Surface Area : 17 ha (14.5 ha in production)
- Vinification : Thermoregulated wooden and stainless-steel vats
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