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2009 Château BROWN. Pessac-Léognan (Graves)

Bin:  800

Alcohol percentage:  14.5%

Area:

Pessac-Léognan is the relatively new appellation for the northern section of Graves. It’s an area long famous for fine wine, but now hemmed in by suburbia

Grape variety:

55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot; matured in one third new oak

Producer:

From their website:
“Chateau Brown, as its name suggests, bears testimony to the close links that have always existed between the Bordeaux region and the Anglo-Saxons. Founded in the late Middle Ages when Aquitaine belonged to England, Château Brown owes its name to the wealthy Scottish wine trader John Lewis Brown, who settled in Bordeaux in the late 18th century. An enthusiast of wines and art, this epicurean passed on not only his name but also his passions to his grandson, the animal painter John Lewis Brown.”
Now owned and run personally by Jean-Christophe Mau, of the respected Bordeaux merchant company, Yvon Mau. The property is 23.5 hectares

Old Bridge rating:

Best vintage yet for this up and coming property. Ripe vintage making for a really open and easy style

£32.50

This wine does not qualify for a further case discount

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