Michel-Schlumberger 2012 Maison Rouge Label

Michel-Schlumberger

2012 Maison Rouge

$58.50 per three pack (3 bottles)

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This Bordeaux-style red blend is 39% Merlot, 22% Cabernet Sauvignon, 17% Cabernet Franc, 17% Malbec and 5% Syrah. The grapes are all grown at the Michel-Schlumberger Estate Vineyard.

Richly layered flavors of cherry, Santa Rosa plum and black currant, with floral and spice notes. Rich and elegant texture, with well-structured tannins and long fruit finish.

Bryan Davison
Director of Winemaking

  • Alcohol 14.5%
  • pH 3.87
  • Average Degree Brix 25.6
  • Titratable Acid 0.56 g/100ml
  • Bottling Date July 2014

The painting reflects the view looking West from Coal Oil Point on West Campus. This is the beginning of the Gaviota Coast, and leads to the hills and valleys where the great wines of Santa Barbara County come from.

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  • Bryan Davison
    Director of Winemaking

Michel-Schlumberger Estate Vineyard

Our Vineyard is located seventeen miles from the Pacific Ocean at the western edge of the Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County. Fourteen different grape varietals are grown on our 80-acre estate, across elevations ranging from low benchland to mountaintop blocks. The distinct climate and terroir of the estate contribute to the character of each varietal and provide a wonderful palette of flavors from which we are able to craft exceptional wines.

Winemaker Bio

Bryan Davidson graduated from UCSB with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry. He has over thirty years winemaking experience in Sonoma County, including Chateau St. Jean Sparkling Wines, Martin Ray Winery and Michel-Schlumberger.