Château Beauregard 2015 - A.O.C Pomerol
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91.5 sur 100 based on 7 Average rating of the Experts
Experts Global ScoreBased on 7 reviews
91.5
 
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Experts Reviews

93/100
Score dans le Guide Parker
Robert Parker
15.5/20
Score de la RVF
RVF
91/100
Score de Wine Spectator
Wine Spectator
18/20
Score de Bettane & Besseauve
Bettane et Desseauve
16.5/20
Score du Figaro
Le Figaro Vin
94-95/100
Score de James Suckling
James Suckling
90/
Score de The Wine Insider
Jeff Leve

Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, the 2015 Beauregard has a lovely fragrant, earth-inspired nose with a core of black raspberries, warm mulberries and plum preserves plus touches of garrigue and violets. Medium-bodied, soft and beautifully elegant with amazing freshness and energy, it finishes long and minerally.
93
points on 100
Soft and generous in feel, featuring pretty black tea and warm fruitcake aromas that infuse the core of gently mulled plum and blackberry fruit. Offers a silky structure, with the fruit and mulling spice notes lingering on the finish. Best from 2020 through 2030. 2,500 cases made.
91
points on 100
This is really exotic with bright blackberry, blueberry and chocolate aromas and flavours. Lots of walnuts. Full body, extra soft and silky tannins. Best I have tasted from here.
94-95
points on 100
Grand nez racé et aérien de violette, vinification ultra précise, grande finesse et race impeccable, magnifique. Tannin crémeux avec une allonge suave et de la profondeur, un changement de style où l’on a étoffé la finale. Texture très fine, tannin racé, le vin le plus subtil, le plus précis et l e plus harmonieux jamais produit par cette propriété, répondant parfaitement à l’attente née du changement de propriétaire.
18
points on 20
Medium-bodied, with a nose that offers earthy plums right off the bat. On the palate wine is soft, fresh and serves up its plummy fruits with ease.
90
points on 100

Description

The history of Beauregard dates back to the 12th century and the Knights Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem, to whom we owe the famous Templar Cross, emblem of Beauregard. Active in the region of Pomerol and owners of a small manor they already cultivated these lands. On this site, the Beauregard family built five centuries later a first building, which was replaced in the Napoleonic era by the current Château: a beautiful Gironde Charterhouse, which opens onto a terrace with two dovecotes overlooking moats and a beautiful park, the work of a pupil of Victor Louis, architect of the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux. This residence was a model for the Guggenheim family who had a copy made in Port Washington, on the peninsula of Long Island and baptized "Thousand flowers". It was in the middle of the 18th century that Beauregard switched from polyculture to viticulture. Over the decades, its successive owners contributed to its development and classification as one of the best wines of Pomerol.

Owned by the Moulin and Cathiard families since 2014, Château Beauregard revives its primary function of producing a great Pomerol wine in the heart of a place historically dedicated to the residence of its guests.




In the cellars of Château Beauregard

It is even more precise that the grape harvests and their vinification are now taking place at Château Beauregard, thanks in particular to the new high-tech vat. Manual harvesting respects the optimum phenolic maturity even parcelle or intra-parcellaire.Le sorting is completely redesigned with a brand new line of reception of vintage which combines 2 tables of selective sorting, a destemmer with high frequency and a table of optical sorting. The vatting is done by gravity. Small cuvons of 3 hl mount the harvest by elevator. 22 frustoconical tanks in raw concrete, thermo-regulated in the mass - whose small volumes are studied to meet the intra-plot selection of the harvest - welcome the harvest. The alcoholic fermentation is done at a controlled temperature between 25 ° and 30 ° C depending on the potential of the tanks and the desired tannic extraction. For the best batches, the malolactic fermentation takes place in new barrels. We select up to 7 different coopers and raise our wines between 15 and 20 months.

Technical sheet

  • The producer
    Château Beauregard
  • Type of wine
    Non Classified
  • Appellation
    Pomerol
  • Superficy
    17.5 hectares
  • Age of the vines
    35 years
  • Harvests
    100% hand harvested
  • Barrels
    60% of new barrels
  • When should you drink it?
    Drink between 2021 and 2039
  • Wine apogee
    2030
  • How is it now?
    Encore jeune on doit le garder en cave
  • Service temperature
    16.5-18°

The vineyard

This Red wine (Non Classified) from Pomerol is made with a vineyard that has an area of 17.5 hectares by Château Beauregard. The average age of the vines is 35 years. The harvest for this wine are 100% hand harvested.

Into the cellars

This wine has remained 18 months in Oak barrels. For this wine, the estate has made the choice to incorporate 60% of new barrels.

Pomerol

The birth of viticulture in Pomerol was marked in the 12th century by the installation of the order of the Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem, who built a hospice in Pomerol serving as a stopover for pilgrims on their way to Saint Jacques de Compostela . The vineyard is attested from the Middle Ages, mentioned among the destruction of the Hundred Years War. The Pomerol vineyard is favored by the proximity of the town of Libourne, which has a small port for exporting wines.
The Pomerol vineyard is located on the plateau descending in successive terraces towards the Isle Valley, at the confluence of the Dordogne.
The soil of this plateau is formed on the surface of more or less compact gravel; clay and sandy. Everywhere the basement contains iron oxides which are called in the iron grime region.