1958 Château Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan
One bottle of Château Haut-BrionPessac-Léognan, Bordeaux/FranceYear: 1958 vintageOriginal filling quantity: 0.75 lFill level: < 5 cmThis item contains alcohol and can only be purchased by individuals that meet legal age restriction criteria Condition: The fill level is excellent (< 5...
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One bottle of Château Haut-Brion
Year: 1958 vintage
Original filling quantity: 0.75 l
Fill level: < 5 cm
This item contains alcohol and can only be purchased by individuals that meet legal age restriction criteria
Condition: The fill level is excellent (< 5 cm). The label is slightly; the capsule is in a perfect condition.
Mature and hard cheese
Game (deer, venison)
When Pessac-Leognan became an independent appellation in 1987, it let a little wind out of the sails of Graves, its former mother ship. Pessac-Leognan was a subregion of Graves when the classification of 1855 formalized what many wine lovers had long agreed upon–that its super-star property, Chateau Haut-Brion, made one of the greatest red wines in the world.Some argued it was the best of the best. So, when Pessac-Leognan left the Graves fold, taking with it Chateau Haut-Brion and several other of top properties, it left Graves with the need to rethink itself. Pessac-Leognan has no such identity issues. Despite the continuing westward encroachment of the city of Bordeaux, it remains a classic region for Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc blends of force and elegance. Meanwhile, Pessac-Leognan’s brilliant Semillon-based whites, which pair so beautifully with local Atlantic oysters, are some of the most age-worthy white wines from anywhere. (vivino)