2010 Amiral de Beychevelle Saint Julien Bordeaux Red

St Barth’s Wine

Imagine the Château at the beginning of the 17th century… The first Duke of Épernon has just become its owner. The reputation of Jean-Louis Nogaret de la Valette this great French admiral was such that as boats passed in front of his estate, they would lower their sails to show their allegiance. This deep mark of respect gave rise to the château’s emblem, a ship with a griffon-shaped prow, its name in Gascon, Bêcha vêla, (meaning "baisse voile", "lower the sails") later became Beychevelle.

Ruby red with a deep concentration. Nice mix of black and red fruits, pepper, cinnamon and bay leaf. Noble nose. Powerful attack with great elegance, young tannins with great aging potential, crunchy fruits, spices, dark chocolate, impressive final finesse.

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