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2015 Château Pontet-Canet

ITEM 7968575 - Removed from a temperature and humidity controlled residential cellar; Purchased from a US retailer with Chateau-direct import

Bidder Quantity Amount Total
2 $125
Item Sold Amount Date
I7979940 1 $125 Oct 17, 2021
I7973580 2 $120 Oct 10, 2021
I7945211 12 $125 Sep 5, 2021
I7937997 3 $115 Aug 29, 2021
I7935247 12 $125 Aug 29, 2021
I7922522 1 $115 Aug 15, 2021
I7890359 2 $125 Jul 11, 2021
I7865223 2 $130 Jun 20, 2021
I7855798 3 $120 Jun 13, 2021
I7844989 2 $120 May 30, 2021
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96+ The Wine Advocate

...opens with exuberant black currants, red currants and black raspberries... ...wonderfully grainy tannins and black and red fruits charged with the most singular energy, it finishes with incredible persistence and depth.


Château Pontet-Canet

Château Pontet-Canet is a Fifth Growth Bordeaux located in the Pauillac appellation. The estate dates from the early 18th century, when Jean-Francois de Pontet, the governor of Medoc, bought several vineyards in the area. Later his descendants bought parcels in nearby Canet, and by the mid-19th century the combined estate was considered important enough to be included in the historic 1855 classification. Today the estate is owned by the Tesseron family and it includes 200 acres planted mostly to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The wine’s blend is typically 63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc. About 21,000 cases are produced annually.


France, Bordeaux, Pauillac

Pauillac is Bordeaux’s most famous appellation, thanks to the fact that it is home to three of the region’s fabled first-growth châteaux, Lafite-Rothschild, Mouton-Rothschild and Latour. Perched on the left bank of the Gironde River north of the city of Bordeaux, Pauillac is centered around the commune of Pauillac and includes about 3,000 acres of vineyards. The Bordeaux classification of 1855 named 18 classified growths, including the three above mentioned First Growths. Cabernet Sauvignon is the principal grape grown, followed by Merlot. The soil is mostly sandy gravel mixed with marl and iron. Robert M. Parker Jr. has written that “the textbook Pauillac would tend to have a rich, full-bodied texture, a distinctive bouquet of black currants, licorice and cedary scents, and excellent aging potential.”