Un excellent « second vin » pour découvrir l'efficacité du travail mené dans ce château considéré comme un des meilleurs de l'appellation. More info
Duluc is the second wine produced by this Saint Julien classified growth. It is produced with the same care as the château's grand vin, and benefits from the ongoing quest for excellence of this prestigious representative of the appellation. It is produced with a view to offering a wine that is more accessible and less demanding than the château's grande cuvée.
It generally has fruity aromas that are often accompanied by fresh plant or mineral notes. This is a wine that can be enjoyed when it is very young but can also be kept for a few years. An excellent way of sampling the results of the meticulous work carried out at this château, which is considered to be one of the best in the appellation.
Château Branaire, known as Branaire-Ducru, used to be a parcel belonging to the vast Château Beychevelle. Classed as a fourth growth in 1855, it has belonged to a French family since 1988 and is now run by François-Xavier Maroteaux. With an average age of 35, the vineyards span 60 hectares and are home to vines of Cabernet Sauvignon (63%), Merlot (28%), Petit Verdot (5%), and Cabernet franc (4%). The harvests are carried out by hand so that the grapes can be thoroughly sorted.
The wine from this estate is characterised by its aromatic richness and supple profile. Pumping of the fruit and the wine is avoided to preserve the integrity of the grapes. For a few years now, this cru has been improving in quality, as is proven by the creation of a second wine and by the limiting of yields.
This supple, fruity wine, characteristic...
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