Among the most representative labels of the Château Cheval Noir estate is the Cheval Noir Saint-Émilion AOC, produced with a perfect blend of Merlot (70%) and Cabernet Franc (30%), two typical vines of Saint-Émilion, in the of Bordeaux, which has always had a very strong wine vocation. The Haut-Médoc, the area where these vineyards of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc are located, is characterized by a particular microclimate, linked to the presence of the two rivers Gironde and Dordogne and to a varied terroir, both sandy and clayey and gravelly which characterizes the different areas of the hills, which in any case enjoy a temperate and mild climate for most of the year. Saint-Émilion is famous for the production of Merlot and the Cheval Noir Saint-Émilion AOC perfectly represents this terroir; a wine of character, the result of organic and eco-sustainable agriculture and aged in traditional barrels. This refined and elegant Saint Emilion stands out for its silky tannins, notes of red fruits, spices and cinnamon, all wrapped up in subtle woody notes. Ready to be enjoyed immediately, Cheval Noir can easily age in the bottle for a few years, evolving and improving.