Sauternes de Château d'Yquem tasting case
1. CREATE YOUR OWN CASE WITH 6 BOTTLES OF YOUR CHOICE
Mix and match wines, vintages and appellations...
From a selection of over 2000 wines and champagnes !
2. CREATE YOUR OWN CASE
According to your unique wine preferences, for a personalised selection.
Italy at special prices
The estate. Situated in the heart of the Pauillac appellation, Château La Fleur Peyrabon is a cru bourgeois with a great personality. On the left bank of Bordeaux, this property has since 1998 been brilliantly managed by Patrick Bernard, who has made it a point of honour to produce elegant and refined wines that reflect the unique qualities of this great terroir.
The vineyard This cru bourgeois is home to vines aged 20 years on average, planted on a little over 7 hectares of land, featuring sandy gravels topsoil upon clay subsoils, a fantastic Médoc terroir. The harvest of the 2019 vintage took place in two phases.
The Blend The Château La Fleur Peyrabon 2019 is produced from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot.
Tasting NB: The last tasting of the Château La Fleur Peyrabon 2019 was held in October 2020 with Yves Beck. It should be taken into account that wine is a living product which evolves over time and that these tasting notes are representative of the tasting conducted at a certain point in time. Colour The Château La Fleur Peyrabon 2019 displays a garnet red colour with purple reflections. Nose Intense and marked by a beautiful expression of the fruit, the bouquet of the La Fleur Peyrabon 2019 reveals gorgeous notes of red fruit, further accentuated by fresh liquorice notes. Palate The palate of this wine reveals the personality of the great Pauillac terroir. The wine is full-bodied, offering a nice density, with chewy and juicy fruit providing a superb balance to the vintage. This fine red wine of Pauillac is the product of a very successful vintage and can be enjoyed from 2024 onward. It has the potential to age for another decade or more.
By the same producing estate
Products viewed together