Tags: Bordeaux wine

Chateau Phelan Segur (long version)

Located on the heights of the prestigious Saint-Estèphe, and facing the estuary of the Gironde — which gives it its oxygen and its micro climate benefactor -, Phelan-Segur is a well thought pretty pedigree. The first steps of this elegant wine significant property neoclassical style are from the late eighteenth century when a young Irish and wine broker, Bernard Phélan, decided to settle in Bordeaux. Motivated to produce its own wines, he managed to acquire, with the support of her stepfather Daniel Guestier (great merchant of the Bordeaux) two properties : le "Clos de Garramey 'in 1805 then, five years later, Segur domain Cabanac. It's his son, Franck Phélan, who, From 1841, together the two properties just to make only one : Phélan Ségur. Making every effort for the fame of its vintage and its wines, Frank Phelan was a charismatic owner, rigorous and passionate about his land. Over a century and a half later, the castle as the plot could again regain all their brilliance to give expression to the intrinsic qualities of these 70 hectares of vines strongly marked with the royal seal "Cabernet". At the disposal of Pommery and Lanson champagne she owned, a family of Champagne, Gardinier the family, fell in love with Phelan Segur. She bought it in 1985. Xavier Gardinier and his three son thus became the new guardians of this

Chateau Phelan Segur – Episode 1

Located on the heights of the prestigious Saint-Estèphe, and facing the estuary of the Gironde — which gives it its oxygen and its micro climate benefactor -, Phelan-Segur is a well thought pretty pedigree. The first steps of this elegant wine significant property neoclassical style are from the late eighteenth century when a young Irish and wine broker, Bernard Phélan, decided to settle in Bordeaux. Motivated to produce its own wines, he managed to acquire, with the support of her stepfather Daniel Guestier (great merchant of the Bordeaux) two properties : le "Clos de Garramey 'in 1805 then, five years later, Segur domain Cabanac. It's his son, Franck Phélan, who, From 1841, together the two properties just to make only one : Phélan Ségur. Making every effort for the fame of its vintage and its wines, Frank Phelan was a charismatic owner, rigorous and passionate about his land. www.millesima.fr

futures 2009 – Montrose castle: Interview Nicolas Glumineau

Château Montrose granted us an interview to talk about the way the property and its teams have experienced the vintage 2009 and how it was expressed in the wines of Montrose and Montrose Dame Interview with Nicolas Glumineau Find the wine futures on this property: www.millesima.fr Copyright © avril 2010 Millésima SA

futures 2009 – Angelus castle: Hubert de Bouard de Laforest interview

Chateau Angelus granted us an interview to talk about the way the property and its teams have experienced the vintage 2009 and how it is expressed in wines and Chimes Angelus Angelus. Interview with Hubert de Bouard de Laforest Find the wine futures on this property: www.millesima.fr Copyright © avril 2010 Millésima SA

futures 2009 – Château The Gospel: Charles Chevallier interview

Château The Gospel granted us an interview to talk about the way the property and its teams have experienced the vintage 2009 and how it was expressed in the wines of the Gospel and the coat of arms of the Gospel. Interview with Charles Chevallier Find the wine futures on this property: www.millesima.fr Copyright © mai 2010 Millésima SA

futures 2009 – Château Pontet Canet – interview Alfred Tesseron

Château Pontet Canet has granted us an interview to talk about the way the property and its teams have experienced the vintage 2009. Interview with Alfred Tesseron Find the wine futures on this property: www.millesima.fr Copyright © mars 2010 Millésima SA

Château Grand Puy Lacoste

Grand Puy Lacoste has changed little since its admission to the Imperial ranking 1855. With its cadastral configuration of that time and with a fragmented one piece of 55 hectares (75% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 20% Merlot and 5% Cabernet franc), this fifth cru Pauillac has strong assets to seduce lovers of large bottles. Find the offers of this wine: www.millesima.fr Copyright © novembre 2009 Millésima SA

futures 2009 – château Cos d’Estournel: Jean-Guillaume Prats interview

Château Cos d'Estournel has granted us an interview to talk about the way the property and its teams have experienced the vintage 2009. Interview with Jean-Guillaume Prats Be the first to learn of the release of this wine by registering on our alerts Futures: www.millesima.fr Copyright © mars 2010 Millésima SA

futures 2009 – château Ducru Beaucaillou: interview Bruno Borie

Château Ducru Beaucaillou granted us an interview to tell us how the property and its teams have experienced the vintage 2009; not to mention how it was reflected in the wines of Ducru Beaucaillou and Croix de Beaucaillou, son second vin. Interview with Bruno Borie Be the first to learn of the release of this wine by registering on our alerts Futures: www.millesima.fr Copyright © mars 2010 Millésima SA

Château Ducru Beaucaillou

The origins of Château Ducru-Beaucaillou back to the early eighteenth and precisely 1720. It owes its name to the 'beautiful and large stones’ that characterize its terroir wine with exceptional advantages translate into the finesse and elegance of the wines he produces. The situation of this second classified growth 1855 the edge of the Gironde estuary also ensures an exceptional micro climate perfect for the good maturity of the great Cabernet Sauvignons. Find the offers of the castle: www.millesima.fr © September 2009 Millésima SA