Domaine de Chevalier Rouge, grand cru classé Pessac-Léognan 2022 En Primeur - Case of 6


Gloriously spicy nose of cinnamon and damson, underpinned with a lick of new oak. Masses of dense black fruit on the palate, blackberry and blueberry freshness come through on the end. A layered feeling of integrated fruit and oak, mid-weight and great balance - simple but stylish, which works a treat. Excellent. 5-15 years.

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France, Bordeaux, Médoc & Left Bank

Still Red

63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot, 2% Cabernet Franc




Duck, Roast


Domaine de Chevalier

One of the very top Pessac-Léognan producers, Domaine de Chevalier is situated at Léognan and has been owned by the Bernard family since 1983. They undertook a long term project to improve the quality which has resulted in considerable improvements in both the vineyard and the chai.

The whole estate is over 100 hectares with 42 given over to vines, 37 to red and 5 to white, the red from Cabernet and Merlot, the white from 70% Sauvignon with 30% Sémillon, all grown at high density to help concentration and ripeness. It is the white which leads the way with Olivier Bernard considering that the small production is essential to maintain the quality. Enormous strides have also been made with the red which represents one of the best values from Bordeaux.

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