Château Peyrabon, Haut Médoc, 2005

  Château Peyrabon

Château Peyrabon, Haut Médoc

Contains Sulphites.

About Château Peyrabon

This Cru Bourgeios estate has vineyards in the appellations of Haut Medoc and Pauillac. They bottle a Pauillac under the label of ‘Chateau La Fleur Peyrabon’ and an Haut Medoc under ‘Chateau Peyrabon’. The property has been owned by the wine-merchant Patrick Bernard since 1998.

Appellation: Haut Médoc

The Haut Medoc is a sub region of the Medoc, which covers some 4,643 hectares and incorporates communes such as St Estephe, Pauillac, St Julien and Margaux. Given the size of this appellation, there are a variety of different terroirs including clay, chalk and gravel. Most famous estates within the Haut Medoc defer to their more specific appellations, however, there are five classified growths that belong to the generic Haut Medoc AOC, The most famous being La Lagune and Cantemerle. Jean Gautreau’s Sociando Mallet is another noteworthy Haut Medoc estate.