2010 Leoville-Poyferre Pavillon du Leoville Poyferre
Proprietary Blend - 750ML
2010 Leoville-Poyferre Pavillon du Leoville Poyferre
  • WS 91

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Reg: $79.94

$59.94

In Stock: 0 btls
Ships Immediately

Pre-Arrival: 12 btls
ETA: Jan. 2022

*Price does not include U.S. import tariffs that may be due from buyer on arrival. Please see our Terms & Conditions of Sale.

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WS 91
Wine Spectator, January 2013
Packed with racy and pure cassis, blackberry and boysenberry fruit, featuring a chiseled graphite note and carried by fresh acidity through the finish. Sleek and approachable now, with an echo of charcoal at the very end...   Packed with racy and pure cassis, blackberry and boysenberry fruit, featuring a chiseled graphite note and carried by fresh acidity through the finish. Sleek and approachable now, with an echo of charcoal at the very end. Best from 2014 through 2025. 7,416 cases made. — JM  
Category Description
Color & Type Red
Varietal Proprietary Blend
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Sub-region St Julien
Vintage 2010
Size 750ML
Closure Cork

Winery

Leoville-Poyferre

With origins dating back to 1638, Saint Julien's expansive Leoville estate was the largest vineyard in all the Medoc at the time of the French Revolution. After various successions and changes, the estate was eventually divided into the three Leoville properties we know today: Leoville-Las-Cases, Leoville-Barton, and Leoville-Poyferre, established in 1840. The outstanding quality of Leoville Poyferre wines gained early recognition when it was ranked second growth in the 1855 Classification.

The various divisions throughout the history of the estate have split the vineyards of Leoville-Poyferre into five large areas. They include all the main types of gravely, well-drained soils present in Saint Julien and a balanced environment for the vines. This diversity contributes to the wines magnitude and complexity.

Chateau Leoville-Poyferre was most recently acquired in 1920 by the Cuvelier family. Didier Cuvelier has presided over the destiny of this gem since 1979. Chateau Moulin-Riche (from a specific terroir) and Pavillon de Leoville-Poyferre (from younger plots of vines) are also produced at the estate.