This is from the left bank of Bordeaux, specifically the Dordogne Valley.
This particular wine is a Bordeaux Supérieur which translates to superior. This classification has higher standards than standard blends, one of which include being planted from a highly dense vineyard. This density forces the vines to dig deep for nutrients, giving the final product a deep and complex profile. It is basically a step up from your generic blends.
This wine had a lot of fruit notes with plum and berry being the most dominant. Oak finish. Medium plus body and medium acidity.