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Rating: Rating Not AvailableSize:750ML
Region: Bordeaux Country:France
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon ABV:12.5%


"Blackberry / Raspberry, Currant (Cassis), Earthy. Medium/deep ruby core, medium pale ruby rim. Medium intense, restrained but attractive nose showing black fruit, cedar and a note of vanilla. Medium bodied on the palate, cedary black fruit, not particularly deep or long but well balanced and harmonious with discreet, fine tannins and fresh acidity. Good mid-week claret, drinking very well now." -Importer

"Chateau Haut-Brega is a family-owned property situated in the commune of Saint-Seurin-de-Cadourne, and belongs to M. and Mme. Joseph Ambach. Overlooking the Gironde estuary, its terroir consists of clayey gravel and a plateau of clay and limestone. Eight hectares in size, the vineyard is planted with the most noble of red grape varieties: 40 percent Merlot and 60 percent Cabernet Sauvignon. The harvest is done by hand only, and the vinification takes place in stainless steel tanks and the wine is aged in oak barrels under the guidance of consulting oenologist Marc Quertinier. Chateau Haut-Brega's wines are noted for the classic good quality which has always been a hallmark of of the Haut-Medoc in general, and the wines of Saint-Seurin-de-Cadourne in particular." -Bordeaux-Medoc.com

"The boundaries of the Haut-Médoc AOC date from 1935 but as early as 1815 there was talk of the great red wines from the Haut-Médoc, an explicit recognition of all the efforts deployed by the growers throughout the 18th century. A Bordeaux broker even revealed at the time that the business circles of the Chartrons and the major Bordeaux owners had drawn up a kind of ranking of the wine-producing parishes where the areas of today’s Haut-Médoc were high on the list."

"Such a positive development reflected the care taken with yields, planting, the area under vines and the quality of the resultant wines. Taking full advantage of the extensive renewal of the Médoc vineyards, the Haut-Médoc appellation has benefited from all the progress achieved in wine-making and a succession of top quality vintages. As a result of such constant progress, new estates were created with an influx of growers. One generation followed another, each continuing to write in the great book of wine a new page in the history of the region and its fabulous destiny." -Medoc-wines.com