Zédé de Château Labégorce 2012Margaux, Bordeaux, France
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Zédé de Château Labégorce 2012 Margaux, Bordeaux, France
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A seriously reliable Château in Margaux, home of perhaps the Left Bank’s most feminine and soft style of claret. The 2012 vintage is generous and fruit forward. Typically Bordeaux in its complex blackcurrant and cedar character, this wine has a tannic structure fine enough to make this totally approachable now. (Will)
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About this wine
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Goes well with
Labégorce, like many chateaux in Bordeaux, takes its name from one of the estate’s early owners, back in the 14th century. However, after the French revolution it was divided into three separate estates and sold separately: Chateau Labégorce, Labégorce Zédé and the tiny property L’Abbe Grosse de Grosse. In 1989 Chateau Labégorce was bought by Hubert Perrodo, who had a goal to reunite all three pieces of the original Labégorce estate. In 2002 he purchased L’Abbe Grosse de Grosse and finally, in 2005, bought the last piece of the puzzle: Labégorce Zédé, where this wine is from. He tragically died in a skiing accident the following year, so now his daughter Nathalie manages the estate.
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