Château La Croix De Queynac 2015, Ac Bordeaux Supérieur

Bordeaux Right Bank Bordeaux-Right Bank
Bordeaux, France

$14.95 (138636)

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January 06, 2018

Critic Reviews (3)

Sara d'Amato
Sara d'Amato

This generally quite traditional Bordeaux Supérieur is consistently flavourful and well seasoned. Notes of dried...

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

This is a nicely generous Bordeaux for $15, thanks to the quality of the ripe 2015 vintage. Expect ripe raspberry,...

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John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

Light, juicy, easy-drinking, very pleasant wine for the money. Enjoy now, with some salty protein. Tasted December...

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Mikhail Polienko
Mikhail Polienko

The Vineyard Gabard is a family property dating back to the XVIII century, in Fronsac at the heart of the big vineyards of Bordeaux. The name of Château La Croix De Queynac refers to a site classified as a French Monument. On the heights of the municipality of Galgon, we can see the vestiges of an old church of the XII c built by the Knight Templars, located on the ways of Saint-Jacques de Compostelle. Gabard vines grow around remains of the church. Sandy silty soils, cement tanks, followed by oak barrels.
Serve at 18°C after decanting or age for 3–5 years.
GOLD medal Gilbert & Gaillard’17

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