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Château Bauduc "Les Trois Hectares" Rouge 2014

Bordeaux, France

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Winemaker Gavin Quinney: "Les Trois Hectares 2014 is an artisanal affair. It was made from vines with fewer bunches for greater concentration and harvested entirely by hand. Aged in French oak barrels, this is a tasty, darkly fruity and full bodied blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon; a fairly powerful wine that’s opening up really well now, and best decanted if possible."
Mike, Curious Wines: Full, rich, toasty and packed with phwoar. I was surprised how accessible this was from the off, having just been bottled and with 6-8 years further ageing potential, and it got even better as I reached the bottom of the bottle (I had to be sure). Raucously good.
*Listed at Rick Stein's*
Château Bauduc is a beautiful 80-hectare estate, with woods and parkland surrounding the family home and its Merlot, Cabernet, Sémillon and Sauvignon vines. Run by Gavin and Angela Quinney, it is a high-profile producer that is much admired by the wine trade and press.
Alcohol: 13.5%
Style: Full, rich, complex
Closure: Cork
Drink by: 2022

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