The earliest records of the chateau date to 1552, and 2009 is considered one of heir best vintages ever, rivaling the stunning 1970. It’s dark and structured, with lots of smoky wood, powerful tannins, and intensely ripe fruits like cassis, black currant and blackberry. The smokiness continues on the palate with leather forest floor notes, plus some espresso and dark chocolate as well. Just entering its prime, this wine can be drank now or cellared for 10 years or more.
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