Château Peyraud


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  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

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  • What are the "must-have-wines" when you visit a wine bar?  Or just stuff you'd really like to see. This can become tricky with "by-the-glass" stuff, because I imagine people can become quite cautious with a glass of wine above the $12 figure. Any insights?? Read More

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  • Château Peyraud Red Bordeaux Blend Côtes de Blaye 2005

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    Wine review by oceank8


  • Château Peyraud Red Bordeaux Blend Côtes de Blaye 2002

    Snoothrank:

    Still a little young, and benefited enormously from a day's worth of breathing, but a very well made Merlot-Syrah blend. Initially the tannins and oak dominated, but coffee, tobaccco, and blackberries came through as well. Once the wine breathed, the cherry jams of the Syrah developed, as well as smoothed out the tannins. Medium to full bodie... Read More

    Wine review by hershey


  • Château Peyraud Red Bordeaux Blend Côtes de Blaye 2002

    Snoothrank:

    Still a little tight and tannic to start, it smooths out and integrates nicely the next day (still needs another year or two in the cellar). Definate oak, with coffee, tobacco, and dark berries (black & blue). The syrah comes through a bit more once opened, with more jammy cherry fruit. Worth trying again. Read More

    Wine review by hershey


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