2001 CHÂTEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU 2001

Médoc - 2ème Cru Classé 
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SoDivin rating

90-94 / 100

Very good

2001 CHÂTEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU 2001

Médoc - 2ème Cru Classé 

Condition Good

Stock : 1 bottle
170,00 € tax incl. 141,67 € tax excl.
Avis d'expert
92 / 100
Wine Spectator
Wine Spectator
(3-2004)
Loads of crushed berries on the nose, with hints of flowers and minerals. Very aromatic. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and a long, cappuccino and berry aftertaste. Really refined. Best after 2009.
92 / 100
Jean-Marc Quarin
Jean-Marc Quarin
(5-2011)
Evolved colour. Fruity nose, smoky showing an evolved bouquet. A touch of cedar. Nice aromatic entrance in the mouth, fresh, with good taste, a beautiful presence, with fine tannins. A slight liveliness on the finish. Normal length.
Features
Vintage 2001
Rating 90-94
Classification Médoc - 2ème Cru Classé 
Region Bordeaux
Appellation Saint Julien
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Price From 100 € to 200 €
New yes
Château Ducru Beaucaillou
Country France
Château informations
Ducru Beaucaillou
Ducru Beaucaillou
The Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou, is a vineyard of 75 hectares, located in Saint-Julien-Beychevelle in the Gironde. AOC Saint-Julien, he is ranked a second growth in the famous in the Grand Cru rankings of 1855. The first traces of the estate date back to the thirteenth century. The castle was for centuries, until 1720, the property of the Bergeron family. In 1795 the estate was ceded to the  Ducru family and the it took their name.  Bertrand Ducru then undertook radical changes to the castle (with the help of architect Paul Abadie) and the new viticulture installations (new winery). The consecration of these efforts will be the status of second growth ranking in the 1855 classification. In 1866, the castle was sold to the family of Nathaniel Johnston (1836-1914), a wine merchant and potter from Bordeaux, mayor and representative of St. Julian. The financial crisis of 1929 forced Nathaniel Johnston to sell the estate to the Desbarats family  and after only twelve years they ceded it to the Borie family, who still owns the castle today. Terroir. Ducru-Beaucaillou is named after the big stones Günz having a thickness from 6 to 8 m. The implantation iis 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot 30%, with the desire not to use or Petit Verdot Cabernet Franc. The vines are an average of 35 years old, and are planted in high density (10,000 plants / ha). Wine. Ducru-Beaucaillou also produces a second wine, La Croix de Beaucaillou. .

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