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Chateau Pape Clement 1999 Pessac-Leognan Grand Cru Classe

$130.75

4.3/5   (2 Guides)

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Grand Cru Classé de Graves.

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A very good year for this 1999, Grand Cru Classé of Pessac Léognan, located not far from the Châteaux Haut Brion and Mission Haut Brion.

The bouquet, a real vivacious concerto on various small red fruits such as blackcurrant and blackberry with a very nice presence of spices and blond Virginia tobacco.

The tannins are very structured and silky, the palate is elegant, concentrated.

Incidentally, the yield that year was only 3,700 bottles per hectare, which only partially explains the extreme power and concentration of this wine in terms of its flavors and aromas.

The color is sparkling purple.

A wine to keep whose peak should be between 2021 and 2030, bottle lying in the cellar away from light and noise, with an optimal humidity of 70%. To be tasted from time to time in order to measure its evolution until its peak.

Decant the day before to give it time to express itself and reveal its explosive qualitative nuances of flavors and fragrances.

Size : 750ml
Appellation : Pessac-Leognan
Vintage : 1999
Color : Red
Classification : Graves Classified Growth

In the end of the 13th century, Bertrand de Goth received from is brother Bréaud de Goth, as a gift for being appointed archbishop of Bordeaux, a property located in Pessac composed of land, forest, but mainly vines. Bertrand de Goth was appointed as a pope in 1305 and took the name of Clement V, thus called the estate “Pape Clément”.

This estate can take pride in producing wines for more than 7 centuries.

The vineyard spreads on a soil that is 60% gravel laying on a chalky base, and 40% a fine gravelly clay layer on chalk.

The vineyard has a total surface area of 36 hectares, with an average age of 40 years for reds and 18 years for whites. Production amounts to 130 barrels per year for red and 11 barrels for white, which is 155.000 bottles for red and 13.000 bottles for white, and an average yield of 3.500 litres.

Red grape varieties : Cabernet Sauvignon 58%, Merlot Noir 40 % and Petit Verdot 2 %.

White grape varieties: Sémillon 45%, Sauvignon 45% et Muscadelle 10%.


The whole harvest is done by hand and the wine is entirely matured in barrels of which 70 to 100% are new French oak barrels, for 12 months for white wine and 18 months for red wine before being bottled.

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