From: Pauillac, Bordeaux, France
Varietal: 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 42% Merlot and 6% Petit Verdot
Tasting Notes: A more generous interpretation of the vintage at Pédésclaux, not as tight through the mid-palate as many from the appellation at this early stage, with violet reflections and a firm but fresh body of cassis, tobacco and slate. There's a lovely dash of spice from the Petit Verdot - the 2015 vintage is the first one where they are using this grape in the blend. Good, medium term drinking from director and winemaker Vincent Bache-Gabrielsen. (JA) (11/2017) -Decanter
The Chateau Pedesclaux was created at the beginning of the 19 century, in 1810, by Mr Pierre Urbain Pedesclaux, a well-known wine broker of Bordeaux. In 1855, the Chateau Pedesclaux has classified 5° great growth.
In 1891, the Count of Gastebois bought the property. It was the subject of a full reconstruction, which helped to improve the quality of the wines. After the death of Mr. de Gastebois in 1904, the administration of the estate is entrusted to his son-in-law, Count Bernard de Vesins. He bequeathed the property in 1919 to his grandchildren, the Count of Xavier Erceville and Count Michel du Lac. In 1928, the first crusher-de-stalker Médocain COQ brand is used at the Chateau Pedesclaux.
94 Points -James Suckling
94 Points - Wine Enthusiast
92 Points -Robert Parker
90 Points - Wine Spectator
90 Points -Decanter
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