Chateau Begadanet Medoc 2014
Crus Bourgeois is a classification earned by Médoc châteaux that produce wines of typicity and quality. To be classified as a Cru Bourgeois estate and to carry the "CB" symbol of quality, wines must pass an annual qualitative selection procedure. This particular Chateau is situated in the commune of Bégadan, just a short distance from the Gironde River, benefiting from sandy, gravely and clay-limestone soil. Chateau Bagadanet dates back to 1850, and was included in the first 1932 Cru Bourgeois classification. Currently the Figerou Family owns and manages the property.
60% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot.
93 points Ultimate Wine Challenge
Aromatic with a gorgeous jewel-like hue, this French red bursts with currant, berry and plum flavors, while subtle acidity and nice tannins add depth and structure. A rich and generous wine, this food-friendly bottle is delicious with pan-fried steak, mushroom risotto and braised lamb shank.
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