Chateau Guiraud 2013 is noted 96/100 by the Wine Spectator Insider, this Wednesday 6th of January 2016 !
The « Noble House of Bayle » 1st name of Chateau Guiraud, was the ownership of the Mons de Saint Poly family. February 22nd 1766, Pierre Guiraud, Bordeaux wine trader, bought the estate. In 80 years and three generations, the estate became a great wine when it was ranked as a 1er Grand Cru Classé in 1855. The estate is located in the township of Sauternes near from the vines of Chateau Yquem.
July 20th 2006, Guiraud is bought by four personalities: Robert PEUGEOT and three wine makers, Olivier BERNARD, Stephan VON NEIPPERG and Xavier PLANTY. The meet of these two personalities during a dinner at Paris, is the event that launched the new team. The share of wine passion, gastronomy, nature and hunting, made them agree on the quality and philosophy of the cru.
This wine is always apreciated by the Press. For example, the 2009 vintage was ranked 5 in Wine Spectator’s top 100 of 2012 and the 2011 recieved the outstanding note of 99 points from James Suckling “My surprise wine of the vintage”.
This year again, Chateau Guiraud 2013, certified organic since Vintage 2011, received a consecration from Wine Spectator which notes it 96/100. You can fin out the whole scores of Wine Spectator here and Chateau Guiraud website here!
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