La Croix Ducru Beaucaillou
WHY BUY IT ?
- The 2nd wine of a 2nd Grand Cru Classé of Saint-Julien
- Internationally renown oenologist consultant: Eric Boissenot
- The very spirit of Médoc wines, a style of elegance and subtlety
- The signature Bruno Borie and Eric Boissenot: fine wines with great length in the mouth, in short, the archetypal wines of Saint-Julien, at a price still very consistent.
- Construction of one of the largest Médoc cellars, which today makes it possible to be even more precise in terms of vinification and produce wines of a very high quality
- A particular care brought to the Cross Ducru-Beaucaillou: it is not really the second wine of the Castle since it profits from an exceptional soil apart, of its own.
- A very particular packaging that differentiates it from other wines of the property
The history of Château Ducru-Beaucaillou dates back to the early eighteenth century, on the year 1720. It is so named because of the beautiful (and large) pebbles, characteristic of its unique wine terroir. In an original way in Bordeaux, this Victorian style Château is built directly above the barrel cellars. Classified 2nd Classified Growth in 1855, the property is retained by the Borie family since 1942 which perpetuates the same concern for excellence. The Croix Ducru-Beaucaillou is the second wine of the property.
The terroir was not chosen The Croix Ducru-Beaucaillou is distinct from that of Château Ducru Beaucaillou. The surface of this terroir is 37 hectares planted with 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 5% Petit Verdot. The breeding is made for 60% in new oak barrels 12 months.
At the tasting, the Croix Ducru-Beaucaillou offers a wine of aromas of black fruits, olives. Purity and freshness are put. It is a rich and elegant wine.
- Owner: Bruno BORIE
- Cellar Master : René LUSSEAU
- Oenologists Consultant: Jacques and Eric BOISSENOT
- Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Mrs BORIE
- Public Relations Manager: Sabine COIFFE-BORIE
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Château Ducru Beaucaillou
The history of Château Ducru-Beaucaillou dates back to the early eighteenth century, more precisely in the year 1720. It is so named because of the beautiful (and large) pebbles characteristic of its unique wine terroir. In an original way in...Wine details