This medium-bodied, perfumed wine has no hard edges, a plum, cherry, currant-based nose and flavors, and seamless integration of tannin and acidity.
Chateau Corbin Michotte and the Boidron family have a long history in the Bordeaux appellation. In fact the Boidron family has been involved in producing wine since 1760. Corbin Michotte is even older, as the vineyard was created in 1726. Until recently, Jean Noel Boidron was formerly in charge of all the families estates. Jean Noel Boidron is the seventh generation in his family to manage Chateau Corbin Michotte. Chateau Corbin Michotte is one of five different St. Emilion estates with the name Corbin. These estates are all located near the Pomerol border on similar, mostly, sandy terroirs. Chateau Corbin Michotte is owned by the Boidron family.