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Chateau Bauduc Mixed Collection Case 6x750ml £104.00
Chateau Bauduc Mixed Collection Case 6x750ml
2 x Chateau Bauduc Les Trois Hectares
A small production, flavoursome and fairly full-bodied red that was aged in French oak barrels. It can be opened and consumed with pleasure now, with or without food.
This is a match for much more prestigious and expensive wines in this vintage. Les Trois Hectares 2013 red is listed at Rick Stein's - it's surprisingly good for a tricky year in Bordeaux - but this is better. Honest.
2 x Chateau Bauduc Bordeaux Superieur
The red varieties are the last to ripen and the conditions at harvest time often dictate whether they are picked by machine or by hand. Both have their advantages but all red grapes are manually checked on the sorting table because, after de-stemming, the whole grape goes into the fermentation tank - skins, pips, the lot. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks, followed by further maceration with the skins, and then pressing.
Although it’s a young red, it’s ready to drink now, with attractive, easy fruit and soft, supple tannins. It’s best served with red meats as you’d expect and goes well with spaghetti bolognese.
2 x CHATEAU BAUDUC SAUVIGNON BLANC
Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon are the two classic white grapes of Bordeaux. This blend of 70% Sauvignon and 30% Sémillon is from young vines at the château that is still in training for our ’Grands Vins’.