This award winning wine is some of the best Medoc we have tried in this price bracket. Good ruby red colour, nice rich fruit on the palate & supple tannins. This wine has spent 12-14 months in 1 year old oak barrels to...more
A medium to full bodied wine, brick red in colour, and full of blackcurrant fruit flavours with underlying chocolate, cedar and spiced oak.
55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot & 20% Cabernet Franc.
Pairs well with red meat...more
Full bodied wines which more often than not aspire to cru classes quality. A full bodied wine with lovely brick red colour. This Chateau produces wine with heaps of fruit and underlying chocolate and spice, drinking beautifully....more
Full bodied wines which more often than not aspire to cru classes quality. A full bodied wine with lovely brick red colour. This Chateau produces wine with heaps of fruit and underlying chocolate and spice, drinking...more
An exceptional year for the Chateau, (critically acclaimed and thought to be one of the best vintages to come out of the Chateau), producing a full bodied wine full of ageing potential but equally as good to drink now. Ideally...more
The Chateau asserts 2005 as an exceptional vintage. Although it can be drank now, it`s ageing potential is particularly good, thus allowing for the flavours to mature. Ideally, decant an hour before drinking.
A young wine made from a blend of 52% Merlot, 34% Cabernet Sauvignon and 14% Cabernet Franc.
Juicy, ripe fruit on the nose, with blackcurrant and plum flavours on the palate. A full bodied, well rounded wine with light...more
A nice, evolved nose here, quite claretty in style, but still showing some very appealing primary fruit. Full and plump on the palate, pleasingly so in view of the vintage. There is a good structure quite evident, a core of...more
A well made Médoc produced from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon 70%, Merlot 20% and Cabernet Franc 10% grapes grown on fine gravel on a layer of impermeable clay. Vinification took place in stainless steel or concrete vats with...more