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Chateau Haut Beausejour


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Critic Score
Cabernet Sauvignon: 48%, Merlot: 47%, Cabernet Franc: 3%, Petit Verdot: 2%
User Rating
4.1 Stars
Château Haut-Beauséjour
Alcohol %
Pair With
Meat, Poultry, Game, Red Meat, Cheese, Mushrooms, Steak, Paste, Meat Sauce
Color: ruby purple color with purple highlights. Taste: Chateau Haut Beausejour shows a strong, rich flavor with dominant notes of fruit and spices, with ripe tannins and a long finish. Aroma: Chateau Haut Beausejour has a fascinating aroma blend harmoniously in the fruit and spicy notes. Gastronomy: Wine perfectly complement red meat and poultry under the spicy and creamy sauces, meat paste, as well as steaks, grilled mushrooms and smoked. As an ideal snack cheeses and pates durum.
Critic Scores & User Ratings are based on an aggregated international Global Wine Score (GWS).
Chateau Haut Beausejour - Item Code: 08512

Chateau Haut Beasejour has tobacco and cold ashes on the nose. Long and rich palate with notes of morello cherry and black currant. Another property Pichon Comtesse in Saint-Estèphe with lovely expression of ripe fruit. Now there are some tight and austere tannins and the wine is not as immediately exuberant as some, but give it a few years in the bottle to warm up. 62% Merlot, 36% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Petit Verdot. Beverage Window 2025 – 2038.

Saint-Estèphe wines are powerful, concentrated and rich, with tannins sometimes austere, granulated in youth, and distinct notes of cassis, tobacco, cigar box and crushed stone. These rich blends of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot age very well.

Saint-Estèphe is located in the northern part of Bordeaux, in Haut-Médoc, with grapes grown in gravel soils on a clay base. The soils here are poorly drained, which delays maturation, and often results in wines with higher acidity than those from the more southern areas of the Médoc.

About the Producer: Chateau Haut-Beausejour

Chateau Haut Beausejour is a winery belonging to the Saint-Estef appellation in Bordeaux. It produces a red wine based on Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Unlike the typical Haut-Médoc formula, Merlot is typically about 60 percent of the mix. However, in some vintages, like 2015, Cabernet Sauvignon can be over 50 percent. Some releases include a small amount of Petit Verdot. Haut-Beauséjour is owned by the Rouzaud family of champagne house Roederer. They also own two more properties in Saint-Estephe, Bernadotte and de Pez, as well as the Pichon Lalande castle in Pauillac. The property, located near Phelan Segur, has one of the shortest stories in the region. It was created after the purchase of two properties in 1992: Château Picard and Château Bosejour. The first harvest, launched in 1993, was vine and winemaking. A few years after the formation of the property, 17 hectares (42 acres) of less attractive parcels were sold to the partner Mahler Besse. As a result, 10 hectares of vineyards remain, with Merlot accounting for around 56% of the plantations. 39 percent is Cabernet Sauvignon, 5 percent is Petit Verdot. Some vines are over 60 years old. The terroir is made of gravel and clay with a small amount of limestone. Not a single beautiful house is associated with real estate, only underground buildings. The team of winemakers shares with Château de Pez. The wine is fermented in large traditional oak vats with malolactic vats fermentation. The wine ages for 12 months in French barrels, about a third in new oak. There is no second wine associated with Haut-Beauséjour.

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