Château Hosanna 2021
Château Hosanna, is a vineyard measuring just 4.5 hectares, located in the heart of the Pomerol plateau. This vineyard is adjacent to some of the most illustrious crus of the appellation: to the north, Chateau Lafleur, to the east, Chateau Pétrus, to the west, Chateau La Fleur-Pétrus, and to the south, Vieux Chateau Certan.
Named Hosanna at the time of its acquisition by Ets. Jean-Pierre Moueix in 1999.
The soil is a mixture of red gravel and clay on iron dross, known for its ability to produce very elegant, complex and powerful wines, revealing remarkable notes of dark chocolate. Very old Cabernet Franc vines, some dating back to 1956, contribute to the unique elegance and complexity of the wine.
A full-bodied and generous wine, combining finesse and balance, with a remarkable silky texture.
Source: Ets Jean-Pierre Mouiex. Moueix.com
- 75 % merlot, 25 % cabernet franc
- 2030 - 2045
Jean-Marc Quarin / Quarin.com - Noté 95/100 (april 2022)
Jane Anson / Inside Bordeaux - Noté 93/100 (may 2022)
Neal Martin / Vinous - Noté 93-95/100 (april 2022)
Antonio Galloni / Vinous - Noté 92-94/100 (april 2022)
Jeb Dunnuck / Jeb Dunnuck.com - Noté 92-94/100 (may 2022)
Jeff Leve / The Wine Cellar Insider - Noté 93-95/100 (may 2022)
William Kelly / Wine Advocate - Noté 91-94/100 (april 2022)
Lisa Perotti-Brown / The Wine Independent - Noté 89-91+/100 (may 2022)