Chateau Peyreblanque Graves Rouge
Chateau Peyreblanque Graves Rouge

Chateau Peyreblanque Graves Rouge


Blend: 70% cabernet sauvignon, 30% merlot

Tasting Notes: It is a garnet-red colour with hints of pink. Its nose reveals scents of dark fruits and spicy notes. With a supple attack on the palate, it is full-bodied and offers soft tannins and a fruity finish.

Serving Suggestion: Duck Tenderloin,  Marinated Mushrooms Foie Gras, Cheese.

Château Peyreblanque, or white stone, is an enclosed property of 8 hectares. The vineyard is located on the highest plateau in the commune of Budos. This vineyard existed in 1874 under the name of Blanque and was composed of 30 hectares. After many ups and downs, the estate was bought by the Médeville family in 1990 and they have since reconstructed the Château keeping it true to its original form.

Area: 17 acre(s)

Average age of the vines: 12 years

Vinification: Grapes are selected before vatting which lasts for between 19 - 25 days.

Ageing: 10 to 15 months in oak barrels

2016 saw their 190th Vintage amongst the same family, 1826.