Chateau Pedesclaux Pauillac 2014
  • Chateau Pedesclaux Pauillac 2014

Chateau Pedesclaux Pauillac 2014


A blend of 53% Cabernet Sauvignon and 47% Merlot. This is a property worth watching. Classified in 1855 it has had a rather sleepy phase from which it is now emerging. It has firm tannins, good fruit and a licquorice/spice finish.


Chateau Pedesclaux is a red Bordeaux wine from the Pauillac wine-growing appellation, it was classifed as a 5th Growth (5eme Cru Classe) in the famous Bordeaux wine classification of 1855. The estate had been founded 45 years earlier in 1810 by Pierre-Urbain Pédesclaux who was also working as a wine trader. In 1821 he purchased some plots from Mr. Lacoste, the owner of Château Grand Puy in Pauillac. The estate passed through a few other owners until the most recent phase of ownership when, in 2009,  the estate was purchased by Françoise and Jacky Lorenzetti Lorenzetti.

75cl / ABV 14%

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