AOC Graves Red
Deepest garnet hue. The nose offers an intense bouquet of red and black fruits, revealing slightly toasty notes and a hint of mocha. Soft and lush on the attack with fine, ripe tannins and great freshness. Evidently a wine for laying down, but already has plenty to charm. Black fruit aromas are displayed throughout, from the fat, full-bodied mid-palate to its long finish. A good match for game, meat stews and grilled red meat as well as hard cheeses.
To drink from 2013
Deeply coloured. Fine, open nose of pure fruit with elegant floral notes. On the palate, clean fruit, minerality, fullness and silky tannins. In a nutshell, a deliciously fresh, well-balanced wine. Good length. A very fine wine.
This 2011 vintage can be drunk from 2014 but will be at its best for another 3 to 6 years.
MEDALS & AWARDS
Silver Medal - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2014
87 - Robert Parker - Wine Advocate
88 - Wine Spectator
2* - Guide Hachette des Vins 2015
A blend of equal proportions of Merlot and Cabernet-Sauvignon. A promisingly deep-coloured wine that reveals a fine bouquet, a blend of aromas typical of ageing and overripe red-berried fruit. The fruit aromas turn to jammy flavours on the ample, powerful palate with silky tannins.
This 2012 vintage can be drunk from 2015 but will be at its best for another 3 to 6 years.
MEDALS & AWARDS
Gold medal - Concours Général Agricole - Paris 2015
Silver medal - Vinalies Internationales 2015
1er prix - Trophée des Grands Crus de Graves 2015
Silver medal - Decanter World Wine Awards 2015
Silver medal - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2015
1* - Guide Hachette des Vins 2016
With its fine, harmonious and elegant nose, this 2013 Château Crabitey unveils subtle aromas of red and black fruit. The attack is soft and lusciously fruity – a fresh, perfectly balanced wine. Rounded, well-structured tannins give way to a fresh, fruity finish.
This vintage can be drunk from 2016 but will be at its best for another 3 to 6 years.
An elegant wine, deep crimson in colour with a bouquet of berried fruits, prunes and spices. The attack is frank and complex over a well-integrated tannic base, evolving to a powerful mid-palate with extract redolent of black berried fruit. An excellent quality wine with all the typical characteristics of the Graves appellation.
This vintage can be drunk from 2017 but will be at its best for another 3 to 6 years.