This renowned property was included in the new Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel classification in 2003, and rightly so as many think it worthy of Cru Classé status. It is always extremely popular with our En Primeur buyers as it provides terrific drinking at a relatively sensible price. Produced from a yield of 50hl/ha, this is a lovely wine.
A good attack of redcurrants on the bouquet, fresh and aromatic. A classic palate, rustic and overt with ripe cassis, plums and firm chunky tannins. Once again this Château has performed exceptionally well.