CHÂTEAU BEAU-SITE Magnum 1996
CHÂTEAU BEAU-SITE Magnum 1996
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1996 CHÂTEAU BEAU-SITE Magnum 1996

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Wine Spectator
(01-1999) A good level of blackberry and cherry aromas, with hints of spices. Medium-bodied, with earth and bark flavors and undertones of black fruits. Velvety tannins.
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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Saint Estèphe
Colour Red
Volume 1.50 l
Country France
Château Beau-Site
In the northern Medoc, the aptly named Chateau Beau Site (beautiful site), faces south overlooking the river. This enviable location opposite that of its prestigious neighbor Calon-Segur established on the near ridge. As noted in the "Feret," Beau-Site is one of the oldest properties in the prestigious commune of Saint-Estephe, noting that its wines are "distinguished, large, elegant, comparable to those of its illustrious neighbors". In the northern Medoc, Chateau Beau Site, the aptly named, faces south overlooking the river. . This enviable location opposite to that of its prestigious neighbor Calon-Segur established on the ridge near. . "Beau-Site confirms that Saint Estephe remains an excellent hunting ground for bargains for quality wine. » - Decanter. This Cru Bourgeois sets the bar high. Composed mostly of Cabernet Sauvignon, the blending of the fabulous 2000 vintage gave birth to fantastic Bordeaux wine  Attractive fruit flavors opens the symphony of aromas, prior to the violet, leather and exotic essences. It does this by mouth with elegance and a good chewy texture. This classic Medoc has no lack of presence, length, nor expression. Wonderful with seasonal dishes, it asks, as many great wines do, to be decanted to fully express itself.