Château Sénéjac Red Bordeaux Blend Haut-Médoc 2003
The story of this estate dates back to the 16th century but in 1999 it was bought by the late Lorraine Cordier whose family also own Chateau Talbot in Saint Julien. It consists of 150 hectares on sand and gravel soils of which 39 are under vine. Only red wines are made. In 2003 it was made a Cru Bourgeoise Superior. There are two second wines Artigues de Senejac and La Bergerie de Senejac
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Wine Advocate ReviewThis wine is a sleeper selection from one of the Haut-Medocs finest up-and-coming cru bourgeois estates. The dark ruby/plum-tinged 2003 Senejac exhibits sensual, provocative aromas of smoky herbs, sweet cassis and plums, and a notion of figs, terrific fruit, a long, opulent mid-palate, and a silky finish. Drink it over the next 7-8 years.