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Ch. Haut-Brion 2006 Graves 1er-Cru 12 x 75cl

Lot: 5028888

Ch. Haut-Brion 2006 Graves 1er-Cru 12 x 75cl

Winning Bid: £3,400
(Reserve not met) This lot currently has: 5 bids

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Chateau Haut-Brion
Graves, Bordeaux, France
Cask Ageing: 
18-20 Months / 80% New Oak
Bottled Strength: 
Bottle Size: 
12 x 75cl
product Details

Chateau Haut-Brion 2006 Graves 1er-Cru 12 x 75cl

From the appellation of Graves, Chateau Haut Brion is one of the great Bordeaux wine estates, listed as one of only five 1st Growth (1er-Cru) in the famed 1855 Classification of Medoc - and the only estate in this classification not actually located in the Medoc!

Founded in 1553 by Jean de Pontac, Haut-Brion is the oldest of Bordeaux's Grands Crus, it was also the first wine of Bordeaux's history to have the same name as the domain. Haut-Brion is a rarity amongst many Bordeaux growths in that it produces both red (Haut-Brion) and white (Haut-Brion Blanc) wine from it's 51 hectares of vines.

The wines of Chateau Haut Brion feature varying compositions of approximately 40-50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 35-45% Merlot, with Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot; matured in oak barrels (80% new) for 18-22 months.

Please note that there shall be a shipping charge for 12 bottles applied to this lot.

These 12 bottles are presented in their original wooden case, previously unopened prior to this listing.

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