Saint Julien wines - 4 references for sale online

The Vinogourmets company welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present a wide range of 4 Saint Julien wines. Sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays great attention to the selection of Saint Julien wines in order to present you the best price for guaranteed quality.

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beychevelle 2011 75 cl

Castle BEYCHEVELLE 2011
4 Grand Cru Classé Saint Julien Red
Grapes 62% Cabernet Sauvignon 31% Merlot 5% Cabernet Franc 2% Petit Verdot
Second Wine Admiral of Beychevelle

Details Domain
The history of this magnificent castle dates back to the Middle Ages. Under the Counts of Foix-Candale, the wine left the port to go to England, Flanders and the Germanic countries. Under Henry III, Beychevelle was the stronghold of the Dukes of Epernon and especially the first of them, Jean-Louis Nogaret of Valletta, Grand Admiral of France, Governor of Guyenne. Legend has it that all the ships passing in front of the castle lowered their sails in homage to the all-powerful Duke of Epernon. Hence the name of "Baisse Voile" (Beychevelle) and the origin of the arms of the castle: a ship with Griffon prow slackening its sails, the giffon being in Greek mythology, the guardian of the wine crater of Dionysus. Built in the 17th century, rebuilt by the Marquis de Brassier in 1757 and enlarged by the Heine family at the end of the last century, the Beychevelle castle has recently been restored to its original splendor.
Owner
Grands Millésimes de France (Azur-GMF) under the direction of Philippe Blanc
winemaking
The grapes are made entirely by hand. The vinification is traditional and takes place in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then aged 18 months in oak barrels (new 50%).
Terroir
Deep Garonne gravel laid on a clay-limestone subsoil. Planting density: 8 000 to 10 000 feet per hectare.
Area
90 hectares
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(2)
€110,00
DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU ELA 2001 75 CL

Château DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU 2001

ELA = slightly damaged label

Details Domain
Well established at the château since 1942, the Borie family produces one of the best vintages in Saint-Julien. In addition to building new cellars, it has invested immense qualitative efforts in the vineyard to manage today to produce a completely exceptional style of wine. Borie
The harvest is done manually. The vinification is carried out in the tradition with a long maceration and a temperature control. The wine is then aged over a period of 18 to 20 months in oak barrels. The collage is with egg white.
Area 55 hectares
Grapes 65% Cabernet Sauvignon 25% Merlot 5% Petit Verdot 5% Cabernet Franc
Average age of the vineyard: 38 years Second wineCroix de Beaucaillou

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€216,00
GLORIA 2017 SAINT JULIAN 75CL

Château GLORIA 2017 SAINT JULIEN 

Grapes: 65% Cabernet Sauvignon 25% Merlot 5% Cabernet Franc 5% Petit Verdot

Creation by Henri Martin, unique in its kind since this vineyard has been built up piece by piece over several years by purchasing plots mainly from Grands Crus Classés in 1855. The origin of the terroirs, the care taken in cultivation and to vinification, explain its recognized quality.

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€36,00
leoville poyferre 2007 75cl

Chateau LEOVILLE POYFERRE 2019
2nd Cru Classé Saint Julien Red
Grapes 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot 25%, 8% Petit Verdot, 2% Cabernet Franc
Second Wine:Moulin Riche

Château Léoville Poyferré produces elegant, very fine, balanced and complex wines, with an intense color and a velvety texture, and which have a very good aging potential.
Castle
The castle was born from the successive divisions of the domain of Léoville which belonged to Alexandre de Gasq in the 1826th century. In 1855 the estate was shared for the first time between Hugh Barton and Jean de Lascases. A few years later, the latter gave his daughter in marriage to the Baron de Poyferré and brought him a dowry of land taken from the family estate, called Léoville-Poyferré. The new cru quickly built a solid reputation which earned it the right to be retained in 1866. In 1920 the estate was bought by Mr. Lalande, whose descendants operated it until XNUMX. It was then sold to the partners of the trading house , H. Cuvelier et fils, which is transformed into a non-trading company, Domaines Cuvelier. When Didier Cuvelier arrives at the helm of the estate, the vintage has lost much of its splendor. In twenty years, he has managed to raise the bar in a masterful way to produce ample and long-keeping wines.
Comments
Despite its fragmentation, the Léoville-Poyferré vineyard benefits from a homogeneity of soil that few Saint-Julien can claim. The vines here rest on fine gravel and wind-blown sand deposits. It benefits from an excellent exposure which allows the Cabernet Sauvignon, of respectable age, to mature in good conditions. However, this potential has not always been fully exploited. Its revival is due to Didier Cuvelier and Michel Rolland, whose complicity is at the origin of very fine vintages. The construction of a new cellar in 1979 allows quality aging. Buoyed by the success, the administrators are now planning an expansion of the vineyard in the coming years. The wine is deep in colour, with a rich substance bursting with very ripe fruit and spices. Its very present woodiness and the strength of its tannins
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(6)
€115,00
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