Bila-haut Côtes Du Roussillon 2011

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Sehr gut ausgebaut, kräftig was man von einem Pauillac erwartet. Birgt noch etwas Lagerpotential. Read more

Château Batailley is one of the oldest buildings in Pauillac, France and it has always appeared on the regional maps. The name is derived from the ... Read more

Château Batailley is one of the oldest buildings in Pauillac and it has always appeared on the regional maps. The name is derived from the battles ... Read more

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11/08/2013

Sehr gut ausgebaut, kräftig was man von einem Pauillac erwartet. Birgt noch etwas Lagerpotential.


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External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
10/16/2012

Château Batailley is one of the oldest buildings in Pauillac, France and it has always appeared on the regional maps. The name is derived from the battles that took place during the 14th century on the plateau giving access to the nearby Château Latour. The Château is a fifth growth of the 1855 and the Castéja family's flagship. The Château was re-styled in the 18th century, entailing the construction of vast cellars for ageing the wines. The Château is surrounded by a park covering 6 hectares which was redesigned in the 19th century by Barillet-Deschamps, the landscape gardener to Napoléon III. Batailley's wine is an intensive Pauillac typically with blackcurrant and a robust body. Grapes : 70% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot, 3% Cabernet-Franc Region : France / Bordeaux / Pauillac AOC Maker : Philippe Castéja Notes : A rich, cedar nose is followed by a palate with characteristic weight and dense, textured red and black fruit, creamy oak and a very long finish. ABV : 12.00%


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Source: Great Wines Direct
11/09/2010

Château Batailley is one of the oldest buildings in Pauillac and it has always appeared on the regional maps. The name is derived from the battles that took place during the 14th century on the plateau giving access to the nearby Château Latour. The Château is a fifth growth of the 1855 and the Castéja familys flagship. The Château was re-styled in the 18th century, entailing the construction of vast cellars for ageing the wines. The Château is surrounded by a park covering 6 hectares which was redesigned in the 19th century by Barillet-Deschamps, the landscape gardener to Napoléon III. Batailleys wine is an intensive Pauillac typically with blackcurrant and a robust body. Grapes: 70% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot, 3% Cabernet-Franc Vinification: The wine is vinified in the traditional manner and matured in Limousin oak barrels for 16-18 months Soil: Deep, poor gravel Production: 300,000 bottles Area: 90 Ha Vineyard: 55 Ha Classification: 5th Cru Classé


External Review
05/22/2012

Planted to 65% cabernet sauvignon, 25% merlot and 10% cabernet franc on 22 hectares of gravelly soil adjacent to Haut-Batailley, owned by Xavier Borie of Grand-Puy-Lacoste. Generally aged in 55% new French oak. Deep ruby, with a nose of black cherry,... John Sweeney. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2011 Haut Batailley 6000ml


External Review
05/07/2010

Lovely dark color. Discreet fruity and ripe nose. Smooth fruity rather fat and very charming on the palate. This is well done and delicious. My belief is that its nose will reveal itself more during barrel ageing. Jean-Marc Quarin - www.quarin.com


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Chateau Batailley is one of the oldest buildings in Pauillac and it has always appeared on the regional maps. The name is derived from the battles that took place during the 14th century on the plateau giving access to the nearby Chateau Latour. The Chateau is a fifth growth of the 1855 and the Casta familys flagship. The Chateau was re-styled in the 18th century, entailing the construction of vast cellars for ageing the wines. The Chateau is surrounded by a park covering 6 hectares which was redesigned in the 19th century by Barillet-Deschamps, the landscape gardener to Napoleon III. Batailleys wine is an intensive Pauillac typically with blackcurrant and a robust body. Grapes: 70% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot, 3% Cabernet-Franc Vinification: The wine is vinified in the traditional manner and matured in Limousin oak barrels for 16-18 months Soil: Deep, poor gravel Production: 300,000 bottles Area: 90 Ha Vineyard: 55 Ha Classification: 5th Cru Classé

Chateau Batailley is one of the oldest buildings in Pauillac and it has always appeared on the regional maps. The name is derived from the battles that took place during the 14th century on the plateau giving access to the nearby Chateau Latour. The Chateau is a fifth growth of the 1855 and the Casta familys flagship. The Chateau was re-styled in the 18th century, entailing the construction of vast cellars for ageing the wines. The Chateau is surrounded by a park covering 6 hectares which was redesigned in the 19th century by Barillet-Deschamps, the landscape gardener to Napoleon III. Batailleys wine is an intensive Pauillac typically with blackcurrant and a robust body. Grapes: 70% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot, 3% Cabernet-Franc Vinification: The wine is vinified in the traditional manner and matured in Limousin oak barrels for 16-18 months Soil: Deep, poor gravel Production: 300,000 bottles Area: 90 Ha Vineyard: 55 Ha Classification: 5th Cru Classé

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