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Château Haut-Brion

In 1584 Jean de Pontac, lord of Haut-Brion, gave the Carmelites of Notre-Dame a water mill surrounded by meadows and vineyards. The Carmelite Fathers retained the appellation of "Haut-Brion" for 200 years. At the end of 2010, the property was sold to the Pichet Group. Chateau Les Carmes de Haut-Brion produces a fine red wine of incredible elegance. Its aromatic richness, balance and complexity combine to make a wine that is increasingly sought after. The chateau produces a second wine called "Clos des Carmelites" in small quantities.

Château Haut-Brion

In 1584 Jean de Pontac, lord of Haut-Brion, gave the Carmelites of Notre-Dame a water mill surrounded by meadows and vineyards. The Carmelite Fathers retained the appellation of "Haut-Brion" for 200 years. At the end of 2010, the property was sold to the Pichet Group. Chateau Les Carmes de Haut-Brion produces a fine red wine of incredible elegance. Its aromatic richness, balance and complexity combine to make a wine that is increasingly sought after. The chateau produces a second wine called "Clos des Carmelites" in small quantities.

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  1. Château Haut-Brion 2013


    Robert Parker : 90-92
    Wine Spectator : 91-94
    Jancis Robinson : 16,5

    Delivery of En-Primeurs from end 2015 to early 2016
    €1,512.00 In bond ex VAT
    (€252.00/Unit)
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  2. Château Haut-Brion 2012


    Robert Parker : 93-95
    Wine Spectator : 93-96
    Jancis Robinson : 18,5

    Delivery of En-Primeurs from end 2014 to early 2015
    €1,746.00 In bond ex VAT
    (€291.00/Unit)
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    A case of 6 Bottles (75cl)

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