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Château Batailley 375ml 2010

Château Batailley (Pauillac)

RP89

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Château Batailley elaborates this Château Batailley 375ml 2010 (£25.23), a red wine from the region of Pauillac based on the best petit verdot, merlot, cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc from 2010 and comes with an alcohol content of 13.5%. The Château Batailley 375ml 2010 is the ideal red to combine with german sausages and chorizo. Drinks&Co users reviewed this red wine with 4 of 5 points while experts give the following evaluation: robert parker: 89.

Technical sheet · Château Batailley

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2010 Other vintages
Appellation:Pauillac (Bordeaux,France)
Winery: Château Batailley
Volume: 37.5cl Other volumes
Score: RP89
Grapes: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot
Pairing: StartersRegional CuisineMeatHam and sausagesGerman CuisineRed meatGameChorizoGerman sausages
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13.5%

Description · Château Batailley

Château Batailley 375ml 2010 (Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot)

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: Château Batailley 375ml 2010 shows a ruby ​​color with a brick red edge
  • Nose: shows lots of beautiful notes of cassis, cedar and Christmas fruitcake
  • Mouth: with impressive purity, texture and mouthfeel of a great body.

GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc

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Highlighted review about Château Batailley 375ml 2010

Wine And Waters OHG

Posted on at 11.20

4/5

Château Batailley 375ml 2010

One of the oldest estates in the Medoc. The name derives from the great battle of 1452 in which the French recaptured during the Hundred Years War, Château Latour from the English. Some years later, the first vines were planted on this ground. The garden was designed by Barillet-Deschamps, the landscape architect of Napoleon III, as well as the winery was inlet into the ranks of the Grands Crus Classé of 1855 Separation in Batailley and skin Batailley and maintaining the Grands Crus status were of the Union des Grands Crus Classé recognized. Since 1961, the in-laws family Casteja marketed this property.

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Reviews about Château Batailley 375ml 2014

Sarah Carter
Sarah Carter

4/5

Complex scents of chocolate and toffee. Very light and pleasant wine in the mouth.
This 2014 is one of the most potent vintages of this wine.
Buy Your Wine
Buy Your Wine

4/5

Château Batailley 5ème Grand Cru Pauillac 375ml 2014
What a balance in this powerful, spicy, complex and full wine. Aromas of cassis, some cerise, tobacco and cedar, all so typical of Pauillac, alternate in the nose and mouth. The tannins are ripe and firm and give further especially sweet wine backbone and bite. A dinner wine with a long finish that touches on toast is even better in the next year and certainly can be stored until 2015.

Reviews about Château Batailley 375ml 2012

Wine And Waters OHG
Wine And Waters OHG

4/5

One of the oldest possessions in Medoc. The name derives from, from the great battle of 1452, in which the French recaptured during the Hundred Years War, Château Latour from the English. Several years later, the first vines were planted on that ground. The garden was designed by Barillet-Deschamps, the garden architect of Napoleon III, as well as the winery was inlet in the ranks of the Grands Crus Classés of 1855. The separation into Bages and Haut Bages and the retention of the Grands Crus status were from the Union the Grands Crus Classés recognized. Since 1961, the in-laws family Casteja marketed this property. "A serious and quite mature and subtly structured Pauillac, its dense ruby-purple color, and be moderate to severe body, sweetness, balanced tannins, demonstrated along with a lot of black fruit, forest floor, underbrush and cedar characteristics. Ripe, fruity and done exceptionally well, he will benefit from some storage and can be drunk in the next 15 years. "Robert Parker in April 2013

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