Château de Gironville 2011 Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois


Château de Gironville is the perfect mid-range Haut-Médoc that you will love drinking while realising how good it is for the price. A modern red wine with elegant aromas of black fruit and a solid structure provided by gentle oak. After 6 years improving in the bottle, now is the most perfect timing to drink it. A really great discovery!  

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Bottle.pngWine CharacteristicsGlass.pngWhen & how to drink?Bordeaux
 
Producer
Vintage
Appellation
Classification
Region
Type
Grapes
Château de Gironville - Famille Mulliez
2011
Haut-Médoc
Cru Bourgeois
Bordeaux
Dry Red wine
45% Cabernet Sauvignon
45% Merlot
10% Petit Verdot
 
Drink
Open
Serve
Food
from now to 2019
1 hour before serving
16-17°C
Roasted beef or lamb, chocolate mousse.
 BodyBody Scale Red WineBarrel.pngTechnical stuff
 OakOak Scale Red Wine 
Soil
Vineyard
Vines
Harvest
Alcohol
Ageing
Deep gravel
5.23 hectares
21 years old
Manual
13%
90% in oak barrels, 10% in vats for 12 months
 FruitFruit Scale Red Wine
Expert.pngWhat experts say

16/20 "Sister to Belle-Vue. Dark crimson. More lifted than many of its peers. Then rather wild fruit and very natural acidity. Overall it tastes much more natural and vineyard-driven than many. Rather unusual for an Haut-Médoc."

16/20 "Good supple fruit, no hard edges, forward but good future. Drink 2014-2020."

89/100 "The black currant and cherry paste aromas and flavors run along, with charcoal and roasted cedar notes. The solid finish shows a hint of savory. Drink now through 2016."

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Château de Gironville 2011 Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois

Château de Gironville 2011 Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois

Château de Gironville is the perfect mid-range Haut-Médoc that you will love drinking while realising how good it is for the price. A modern red wine with elegant aromas of black fruit and a solid structure provided by gentle oak. After 6 years improving in the bottle, now is the most perfect timing to drink it. A really great discovery!  

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