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CHATEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON, 2020

SAINT-JULIEN

“A full-bodied red that builds on the palate with lots of blackberry and blueberry character, as well as chocolate. Mineral and graphite undertones. Chewy, yet very integrated. Excellent, as expected.” - James Suckling 96-97/100

CHARACTERISTICS

CLASSIFICATION 2nd Grand Cru Classé
GRAPE VARIETIES 72% of cabernet sauvignon, 20% of merlot, 8% of cabernet franc
AROMAS Blackberry, blueberry, blackcurrant, chocolate, mineral, graphite
FOOD AND WINE PAIRING Pauillac sucking lamb
WINEMAKING Winemaking in thermo-regulated wood vats depending on the plots. Wine ages then in 60% of new French oak barrels for 16 to 18 months, in a 15 degree cellar.
BOTTLE SIZE 75 CL

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Détail du vignoble

AGRICULTURE Sustainable
GRAPE VARIETIES

74% of cabernet sauvignon, 23% of merlot, 3% of cabernet franc

VINEYARD SURFACE AREA 50 hectares
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 200,000 bottles
HARVEST Manual
SOIL

Sol composed of gravel hilltop on a gravelly-clayey subsoil

Histoire et anecdotes

In the 19th century, the Leoville estate, in Saint-Julien appellation (Medoc), was one of the largest crus. It was divided in three estates afterwards: Château Léoville Las Cases, Château Léoville Barton, Château Léoville Poyferré. Hugh Barton from Ireland bought a part of the Léoville estate in 1826, which confirmed the Château Léoville Barton’s creation (still the Barton family’s estate). Its wines’ finesse led it to be classified as Second Grand Cru in the 1855 classification.
CHATEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON

Caractéristiques

CHARACTERISTICS

CLASSIFICATION 2nd Grand Cru Classé
GRAPE VARIETIES 72% of cabernet sauvignon, 20% of merlot, 8% of cabernet franc
AROMAS Blackberry, blueberry, blackcurrant, chocolate, mineral, graphite
FOOD AND WINE PAIRING Pauillac sucking lamb
WINEMAKING Winemaking in thermo-regulated wood vats depending on the plots. Wine ages then in 60% of new French oak barrels for 16 to 18 months, in a 15 degree cellar.
BOTTLE SIZE 75 CL