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Château Belgrave 2011

Bordeaux - Haut-Médoc - Rosso - 13° Château Belgrave Château Belgrave 2011 1059/11
  • Parker : 85
  • J. Robinson : 16
Dourthe has leased Château Belgrave since 1979. A preliminary phase consisted of returning to this prestigious classified growth its style and status and creating a wine worthy of its name. Now that Dourthe has confirmed its commitment in 2000 for another 25 years, it is entering a second stage, involving significant investment and with the ambitious aim of making Château Belgrave a benchmark for the region, expressing more conclusively the exceptional potential of its terroir.

Wine Advocate-Parker :
Part of the vineyard holdings of the large negociant Dourthe, this classified growth has gotten better over recent years. The 2011 offers a dark plum/ruby color, good texture and ripeness, and a spicy character, but in 2011 it tastes more like a top Cru Bourgeois than a classified growth.
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€ 42,76
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Château Belgrave, come ogni anno, tutti i vini che Millésima vi propone furono comprati direttamente nella proprietà.

Dourthe has leased Château Belgrave since 1979. A preliminary phase consisted of returning to this prestigious classified growth its style and status and creating a wine worthy of its name. Now that Dourthe has confirmed its commitment in 2000 for another 25 years, it is entering a second stage, involving significant investment and with the ambitious aim of making Château Belgrave a benchmark for the region, expressing more conclusively the exceptional potential of its terroir.

Wine Advocate-Parker :
Part of the vineyard holdings of the large negociant Dourthe, this classified growth has gotten better over recent years. The 2011 offers a dark plum/ruby color, good texture and ripeness, and a spicy character, but in 2011 it tastes more like a top Cru Bourgeois than a classified growth.
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