Château Duhart-Milon 2021

Here we are in the presence of a wine that has existed since at least the end of the Napoleonic Empire. 

At that time, it was already a classic, a purity of the best that the appellation could produce. In 1855, the estate was classified as the Fourth Grand Cru of the Médoc.

Two grape varieties compose it: 70 to 80% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Merlot.

The vines are located in the north-western part of the Pauillac appellation, on a soil of fine gravel mixed with aeolian sands on a limestone base.

It is a long, dense, structured wine, with well-framed tannins and all the classicism of a legendary appellation. A Pauillac made for long cellaring!

Second wine: Moulin De Duhart

Source: Castel of Lafite Rothschild 

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€390.00
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Data sheet

Designation
Pauillac
Year
2021
Color
Red
Delivery period
Deliverable first semester 2024
Acceptance
Alcohol level
Apogee

Jean-Marc Quarin / Quarin.com  -  Noté 92/100 (april 2022)

Jane Anson / Inside Bordeaux   -  Noté 93/100 (april 2022)

Neal Martin / Vinous  - Noté 90-92/100 (april 2022)

Antonio Galloni / Vinous  -  Noté 90-92/100 (may 2022)

Jeb Dunnuck / Jeb Dunnuck.com  - Noté 

Jeff Leve / The Wine Cellar Insider  -  Noté 91-93/100 (may 2022)

William Kelly / Wine Advocate -  Noté 91-93+/100 (april 2022)

Lisa Perotti-Brown / The Wine Independent  -  Noté 86-88/100 (may 2022)

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