Séduction du Château Le Bourdillot
Appellation : Graves
Vintages : 2017, 2018 and 2019
The Château Le Bourdillot property has belonged to the Haverlan family since 1906. Four generations have succeeded one another on this land. The vineyard can be found on a map dating from 1818. Patrice Haverlan took over the family property in 1990.
Scores obtained by
2017 vintage : 87 points out of 100
2018 vintage: 89 points out of 100
2019 vintage: 91 points out of 100
The opinion of our oenologists
Robe : Nice deep red colour.
Nose : Aromatic wine. Red fruit aromas mixed with vanilla and woody notes.
Taste : Round and elegant with well balanced and silky tannins.
Note : Charming and well structured wine. Well-balanced, expressive and complex. Can be drunk now or kept in the cellar.
The Graves appellation
This appellation stretches over 5 000 ha at the south of Bordeaux and produces red and white wines. Soils are very different between the north and the south of the appellation and can be composed of gravels, sands, calys, silt or loamy sands.
Graves wines ageing potential goes from 3 to 10 years for reds, and from 2 to 6 for whites.
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