2015 Haut Bergey Bordeaux Blend
Bordeaux Blend - 1.5L
  • JS 92
  • AG 90

$45.94

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$45.94

In Stock: 23 btls
Ships Immediately

Pre-Arrival: 0 btls
ETA: Apr. 2018

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JS 92
jamessuckling.com, February 2018
Attractive violets, cassis and wild herbs on the nose, which leads into a sturdy palate, which has a firm wedge of tannins amid flavors of currants and cassis. Best from 2020.
AG 90
Antonio Galloni's Vinous, February 2018
The 2015 Haut-Bergey has turned out beautifully. Dark cherry, plum, hard candy and mint are all pushed forward. This decidedly succulent Pessac Léognan has gained considerable body, texture and complexity in barrel... The 2015 Haut-Bergey has turned out beautifully. Dark cherry, plum, hard candy and mint are all pushed forward. This decidedly succulent Pessac Léognan has gained considerable body, texture and complexity in barrel. Today, it is terrific.
Color & Type Red
Varietal Bordeaux Blend
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Sub-region Pessac Leognan
Vintage 2015

Label

Grapes for Haut-Bergey's red are hand picked and transported in small boxes. The winemaking is traditional, with every parcel vinified separately in stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged in 50% new French oak barrels for 16 to 18 months. The blend ranges from 54% to 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, the rest being Merlot. Haut-Bergey is medium-bodied and ages well for 8-15 years, depending on the vintage.

Winery

Haut Bergey

It was love at first sight and the promising charm of Chateau Haut-Bergey that led Sylviane Garcin-Cathiard, granddaughter of a wine merchant and a successful business woman, to acquire and renovate this 28.5-hectare property in the heart of Leognan, a leading area of the Graves region. The estate’s foremost principle is to produce a wine of excellent quality, sparing no efforts to continuously improve craftsmanship and expertise.

The vineyard of comprises 26.5 hectares of red grapes and 2 hectares of white grapes. It is well exposed to the south and south-west on slightly sloping grounds, ensuring natural drainage. During summertime and especially in September, the gravel topsoil reflects absorbed heat onto the bunches of grapes, thus improving the process of ripening. The subsoil, which influences the deep-rooted vines, is composed of clay and chalk streaked with iron-bearing parts.