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1.5L - CH. PEYREDON LA GRAVETTE - Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois, France

CHATEAU PEYREDON LAGRAVETTE MAGNUM - Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois, Bordeaux

Beautiful ruby purple color with dark reflections. In a surprising aromatic complexity, it exudes aromas of dark berries dominated by blackberry and raspberry. It is nicely toasted, well-rounded and has a rich character. it reveals a remarkably balanced wholesomely with melted and elegant tannins. The equally attractive finish is long.

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RETAIL $90.00 CLUB MEMBER $69.00

VINEYARD

Château Peyredon Lagravette the Story of two family: In order to develop our selection of very high quality terroir and after 2 Years of research in the Medoc region, we fell in love with Château Peyredon Lagravette owned by the family Hostein over two centuries. Paul Hostein the previous owner, developed it as a must-have of the appellation Haut-Medoc, in order to be classified as a Cru Bourgeois in 1932 and of course in 2003! Well situated in the Champs de Medrac, this spot is on the famous « hill top of Grand Poujeaux »very well-known for the exceptional quality of his soil named « Graves de Gunz ». This very warm and dry soil is perfect for a long and slow ripening and maturating. This small estate of 4,2 Ha is located just in the middle of our prestigeous neightbour as château Poujeaux, Chasse Spleen and Maucaillou. The vineyard is 60 % merlot and 40 % Cabernet Sauvignon planted at 9600 vines /ha. This massal selection was planted between 1956 and 1961, with continue this selection under the control of INRA (National Institute in Agriculture Research). The cellar, rebuilt in 2005, allies modernity ans tradition with a complete battery of stainless steel tank with thermo-regulation. The barrel cellar remains in the long tradition without any concrete to keep the perfect temperature and hydrometry. With 85 barrels from French cooperage, the Chateau Peyredon Lagravette 2009 is aged slowly with all of the attention of our Oenologist Eric Boissoneau. Respect the past, create the future, share with us the source of our Passion.

Wine facts

Producer:

EURL du CHÂTEAU SAINTE MARIE

Variant:

1500 mL

Average Age of Vines:

42 years

Average Vineyard Altitude:

78M

Density:

9100 vines/ha

Harvest Method:

Manual

Sorting:

Manual

Fermentation and Maceration:

Divided winemaking per parcels. fermentation during 3 to 5 weeks in stainless steel tanks for a soft extraction of the tannins.

Aging:

3 to 10 years

Alcohol:

13%

Vintage:

2016

Country:

No

Grape Varietal:

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

SKU:

BO46M

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