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2014 Château Haut-Brion

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June 18, 2023 - $430


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97Vinous / IWC

One of the stars of the vintage, exceptionally beautiful & vivid... Super-ripe dark cherry, plum... tons of opulence, intensity and richness. Dried flowers, tobacco, menthol, licorice & smoke wrap around the huge, baritone-inflected finish.

96The Wine Advocate

...adorned with wild strawberry, bilberry, tobacco and again just that hint of menthol in the background. The palate is very fresh and taut on the entry. The acidity is very nicely pitched and there is a touch of marmalade & blood orange...

96Wine Spectator

Loaded with warm tar, singed juniper, plum reduction & cassis notes are perfectly melded, giving this a remarkably supple edge. The finish lets tobacco, bay leaf & incense accents glide in... lovely mouthfeel & superior refinement overall.


France, Bordeaux, Graves

Graves is on the left bank of the Garonne River south of the city of Bordeaux. The appellation takes its name from its soil, which is intensely gravelly thanks to glaciers that melted in the area a few million years ago. Graves is generally thought of as the birthplace of Bordeaux wines, since “claret,” as the English historically called Bordeaux reds, were being produced for export in Graves and shipped to England as early as the 12th century. Some Graves châteaux, including Haut-Brion, trace their history to the late 16th century and Thomas Jefferson was one of several notable wine connoisseurs who wrote admiringly about the wines of Château Haut-Brion. Haut-Brion’s popularity with international celebrities is perhaps why it was the only non-Médoc château to be included in the 1855 Bordeaux classification. Graves makes red and white wines. The reds are predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon, blended with Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Malbec. The whites are made of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle. The Graves AOC includes nearly 8,000 acres of vineyards. In 1953 a Graves classification was created for red wines, and in 1959 white wines were added.