Noted 96/100, Château Beauvillage won a gold medal at the International Wine & Spirit Competition. The jury of experts and influencers from the global wine trade say: “A wonderfully complex aromatic profile, full of ripe cherry and plum, cedar spices, rich mocha and a hint of smoke. The fine, silky tannic structure skillfully frames well-polished fruits and has a concentrated and persistent finish.”
James Suckling and Yves Beck tasted the 2019 Château Beauvillage and here’s what they say… thank you gentlemen! James Suckling: “A big red from here with lots of blackberries and blueberries and chocolate undertones. It’s full and flavorful. Solid structure.” Yves Beck:“Inviting bouquet, of good intensity, revealing notes of black berries and spices. Fruity and slightly chalky in the mouth. This Beauvillage has character and temperament thanks to its structure that ensures freshness and supports fruity expression. Tannins appear late and provide power. They still need to blend in. A fir wine with good potential.”
Proud to announce the news: the Château Beauvillage 2018, is awarded a gold medal at the Concours des Vinalies Internationales, edition 2020. Every year, the Oenologists of France organize one of the most prestigious competitions in the wine sector. For 5 days, jurors experts in sensory analysis, gathered under the chairmanship of a French oenologist, to taste 2,959 wines from 45 different countries. So do not wait to make your reservations, possible delivery of this vintage from 6 July 2020
Engaged for more than 4 years in a level 2 environmental approach, we wanted to go further in the health and environmental requirement of our operation. Thus, by ensuring the preservation of biodiversity and leading alternative practices contributing to a low level of inputs, on October 1, 2019, the Château Beauvillage received the certification “High Environmental Value” level 3, the highest step. Efforts driven by a desire to put the human and the environment at the heart of our concerns!
Selected in the Guide Hachette des Vins edition 2020, the Chateau Beauvillage 2016 gets a beautiful comment: Adorned with a beautiful garnet red dress with brilliant reflections, this wine develops a bouquet with delicate notes of red berries and a supple, round and elegant structure. More powerful, the finale leaves on the memory of a complex and pleasant ensemble.
As a first for regional brokers, traders and journalists, the tasting of the 2017 Official Selection of the Bourgeois Wines of the Médoc will take place on Thursday, September 19, at the Faïencerie in Bordeaux.
It is Yohan CASTAING’s turn for Gault & Millau to deliver his notes and it will be a 90-92 for the Château Beauvillage, new 2018: Oaky slightly mocha, beautiful spices. Certainly wood but well melted.Smooth and dense mouth, velvety tannins, a beautiful structure for a wine that is certainly woody but very interesting.”
Bernard BURTSCHY, wine columnist of the daily Le Figaro and Le Figaro Magazine, creator of the site bernardburtschy.com notes the Château Beauvillage 2018 : 90-91 Dark dress, the nose is very intense, nicely smoky. The wine is ambitious with a nice breeding and elegance. Definitely, in Couquèques, we know how to make beautiful wines. A favorite!
Médoc Crus Bourgeois Thursday 28 and Friday 29 March from 9.00am until 2.00pm at Château Lamothe Bergeron in Cussac Fort Médoc. Haut-Médoc, Listrac, ODG Médoc Haut-Médoc, Listrac, Tuesday 2 April from 10.00am until 6.00pm, followed by an “afterwork” from 6.00pm until 8.30pm at the Tonnellerie Nadalié cooperage in Ludon Médoc. “Oenoconseil Collection” Tuesday 2, Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 April 2019 from 10.00am until 7.00pm at Château Lestage in Listrac-Médoc.
Yohan Castaing tasted the 2016 Château Beauvillage for Gault & Millau, awarding it a score of 15/20. “A slightly smoky wine with smooth, well-integrated oak and exuberant spicy notes. Starts out juicy on the palate with elegant, tight-knit tannin, and a lively, long aftertaste. A wonderful expression of Merlot on the nose and Cabernet Sauvignon on the palate. Unbeatable value for money”.
On 10 February, the Union de la Sommellerie Française celebrated its 30th anniversary at the Bistro du Sommelier restaurant in Bordeaux. The Crus Bourgeois du Médoc were present for the occasion, including 2014 and 2016 Château Beauvillage.
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