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Red Wine / France / Bordeaux / Saint-Estèphe AOC / 13 % vol
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 100 Bordeaux

CHÂTEAU GRAVES DE PEZ 2017

0,75 L Red Wine / France / Bordeaux / Saint-Estèphe AOC / 13 % vol

This sleek and seductive Saint-Estèphe will thrill you!
With mostly Cabernet Sauvignon grape varieties, this wine has a nice hue and a complex bouquet, combining a nice fruit with a well-integrated toasted wood note. With a good volume, persistent, structured by tannins that are beginning to blend, this Saint-Estèphe is typical of the appellation and the vintage. Don't miss out!
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CHÂTEAU GRAVES DE PEZ 2017
  Vintage
2017
  Grape Variety
65% Cabernet-sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 2% Petit-verdot
  Character
Fleshy and fruity red wine
  Style
Fruity
  Taste
Fruité en bouche avec une belle longueur
  Service Temperature
16-18°C
  Service
From bottle or into carafe
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink from
2019
  To drink until
2030
  Food and wine matching
Deli meats, Red meat, White meat, Poultry, Game meat, Cheese


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CHATEAU GRAVES DE PEZ

Château Graves de Pez is the result of the work of Paul and Paulette Bussier, two passionate winegrowers from an old Cognac family (winegrowers since 1911). In 1960, at the request of the Tesseron family, they moved to Saint-Estèphe to take charge of Château Lafon-Rochet (4th Growth). For 35 years they managed this great estate and acquired a few parcels for themselves. Both of them are passionate about wine. Due to lack of time, they do not vinify themselves and take their grapes to the cooperative cellar. They had only one dream, to have their own cellar and bottle the Château Graves de Pez themselves. In 2002, Paul Bussier passed away and his children took over. Maxime Saint-Martin was only 21 years old when he decided at the end of 2008 to buy the vineyard from his uncle. In 2009, he left the cooperative cellar and did his first harvest with the help of oenologists Jacques and Eric Boissenot, under the benevolent eye of his father, a winegrower in Lamarque (Château Vieux Gabarey - Haut-Médoc - Cru Artisan).

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