Drewetts Auction Institute The United Kingdom organized the event Wine auction In mid-October, the highlights were Bordeaux wine (Bordeaux) vintage 1982 It is the ultimate type of myth
Even though 40 years have passed Chateau Lafleur to Pomerol (Pomerol) It is famous as the most expensive type of red wine. He achieved the highest price in the auction until he obtained the title Bordeaux paprika
Chateau Lafleur 1982
Chateau Lafleur 1982 (Chateau Lafleur 1982) From a private owner’s cellar in Oxfordshire. (Oxfordshire), 12 bottles, still in the original wooden boxes when it left the palace. It was auctioned for £56,000.
while Chateau Petrus 1982 (Chateau Petrus 1982) Older brother of Pomerol Quantity: 12 bottles as well, which makes the price lower than expected. 31,000 pounds
Chateau Petrus 1982
Before that at the event Wine auction In New York, USA, Chateau Petrus 1982, 6L (Imperial), 2 bottles, each sold at auction. 20,000 US dollars
Chateau Lafite Rothschild (Chateau Lafite Rothschild) vintage 1982, 12 bottles in original wooden box also, good price. 27,280 pounds
Chateau Mouton Rothschild (Château Mouton Rothschild) vintage 1982, 12 bottles in original wooden box also, low price. 10,000 pounds
This is evidence that reinforces that Pomerol (Pomerol) Small area but makes great wines it is truly what true wine lovers crave. The important thing is to be really rich.
Pomerol wine production map
Pomerol It is the smallest wine producing area in the city.Bordeaux France is only 3 kilometers wide and 4 kilometers long, and most importantly, there is no class classification or any teacher certificate (Cru), but itHome of the highest priced red wines Of the world he is Chateau Petrus (Chateau Petrus) follows Chateau Le Pen (Chateau le Pin) andChateau Levangel (Chateau Lavangel)
Merlot grape champion pomeranian
Still there Chateau La Concillante (Chateau La Consilante) Chateau Glinette (Chateau Clinette) View Chateau Certain (View Chateau Cirtan) Chateau Trutanoy (Chateau Trutanoy) andChateau Lafleur (Chateau Lafleur) etc.
Pomerol It is a wine producing area called… Right bank It is located on the right bank of the Dordogne River, and is bordered to the south by Saint-Emilion and to the north almost entirely by Lalande-de-Paume. Satellite wine (satellite) Similar wine styles use the same Merlot grapes, but the quality is higher.
Vineyards at Chateau Petrus
Pomerol produces wine using 100 or nearly 100 percent Merlot. The second type is Cabernet Franc, not the great Cabernet Sauvignon of the Left Bank, but here it is just a “star.”
Pomerol received its AOC or D’Origine Controllee (AOC) designation in 1936. There are only 800 wine-growing areas. The size of the wineries per hectare (about 2,000 acres) is about 150, most of which are small palaces like garages or cottages at the end of the gardens, many of which have barely made it to Thailand.
Pomerol Winery (Cr.travelcuriousoften.com)
Most of the soil types in Pomeranol are mixed with gravel and clay. With a high iron content In addition to Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec are also grown as ingredients.
As said at the beginningWine Pomeranian It is a small palace, produced in small quantities. Coming to our house is not easy. Plus the price is still high. But when you taste it, many people fall in love with Merlot.
Chateau Le Pen
Before that, Pomerol was nowhere in sight. Villagers produce wine as a natural way of life. Until about the 1950s Jean-Pierre Moix Jean-Pierre Mouix, a sharp-eyed wine businessman with a diamond mind, saw Pomerol’s potential. Therefore, winemaking was developed. Until birthChateau Petrus (Chateau Petrus) isThe expensive wines are of out of this world quality Let the world miss
However, Pomerol’s greatest specialty lies in… Land Externally, when seen with the naked eye, it is clay mixed with ordinary sand and gravel. But it’s deeper than that. Blue clay (blue clay) which is inserted into the clay layer
Geological evidence indicates that it is clay made from minerals deposited more than 40 million years ago, and it has denser particles than regular clay. Merlot grapes grow on blue clay. There will be an odor. Rich flavor, firm and elegant tannins.
The blue clay land in Pomerol is only about 20 acres, less than 130 rai, and more than half of it is owned by Chateau Petrus. Moreover, the soil of Chateau Petrus is the soil of a tortoise’s hump. (While the soil layer of others is flat) it is clay mixed with gravel and sand. It is an area called Button hole: Petrus Boutonnier The deeper the soil layer the soil will change color and contain an abundance of iron minerals. It is best suited for growing Merlot grapes.
Chateau Petrus Vineyard
Loop areas like this exist nowhere else in the world. It is a specific area that God has given us. Therefore, it is no wonder why this palace is unparalleled.
Chateau Petrus Made from Merlot grapes before that, there may be another group, the Cabernet family. It’s been a bit of a struggle, but since 2010 it has been 100% Merlot over 45 years, aged for 12-16 months in half old and half new French oak barrels. Annual production is about 30,000 bottles.
Chateau Le Pen Wine Garage
In addition to Chateau Petrus, there is also a Pomerol wine list Chateau Le Pin, the original garage wine That’s because when he first started, the owner used the garage as a wine farm, has an area of 2.2 hectares, and produces 8,000 bottles of wine a year.
Next time I will tell you about Vintage 2020, which is the newest vintage model currently on the market. The first price of 1700 euros per bottle is the price that must be purchased from the broker. The price is 21.4% higher than the old 2019 model.
While wine shops in London offered a price of 24 thousand pounds per box (12 bottles per box), today the price may have increased several times.
Talking about it makes your mouth water.. Let’s taste it.Wine PomeranianIt’s a wine I last tasted in October.
Chateau Petrus Pomerol 2015
Chateau Petrus Pomerol 2015: The best red wines in the world are made from Merlot grapes. Bottled in July 2017.
The color is dark red, almost black. Aromatic notes of black fruit, raspberry, blackberry, blackcurrant and plum, lavender, vanilla, spicy herbs, licorice, thyme, mineral walnut, fluff, black olive, chocolate, smoked oak, cedar, refreshing acidity, firm tannins. The finish is long with fruit, earthy, spice, and aromatic oak. Not released yet should start drinking within the next 6-7 years, and whoever has it in the cellar should keep it for 40-50 years…20/20 points.
Chateau Bourgeneuve Pomerol 2018
Chateau Bourgneuf Pomerol 2018: Wines from the small region of Pomerol. Without a crown and without the guarantee of any classification, but it is a longing for wine lovers all over the world. It has been occupied by the Vayron family since 1821 and has neighbors such as Chateau Trotanoay, the holder of the title. Baby Petros
This 2018 vintage is made from 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet France. The vine is approximately 40 years old and aged in oak for 12-14 months, of which 30% is aged in new oak. Most importantly, there was a lot of help from the Moueix family of winemakers who helped make Chateau Petus famous.
Deep red color with notes of ripe fruit, plum, blackberry, black cherry, raspberry, lavender, mineral, truffle, chocolate, tobacco, chestnut, spicy herbs, pepper, with cinnamon, licorice, vanilla, mint, spicy oak, Refreshing acidity, firm and soft tannins, with fruit, minerality, smoke and spicy herbs. It may not be fully launched yet, probably about 2-3 years at least. They can be stored for about 15-20 years, but delicious things like this shouldn’t be kept for that long. Let’s share and savor. This is one of those Pomerol wines whose quality exceeds the price……19.5/20 points
Chateau Trtanouille Pomerol 2016
Chateau Trotanoy, Pomerol 2016: One of the best Pomerol wines. The owner is the heir to Chateau Petrus and produces Chateau Petrus style wines using 95% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc.
Deep, bright red, fruity scented: plum, blackberry, raspberry, raspberry, dried flower, mineral, chocolate, roasted coffee, truffle, spicy herbs, cinnamon, nutmeg, black olive, tobacco leaf, black pencil, charcoal, Refreshing acidity, firm tannins, a smooth, full-bodied start and a long finish with spicy fruits, minerals and herbs.
It must be opened an hour and a half before, as it may not be fully cooked yet. It should last about 2-3 years and is a recommended wine to buy and keep. Prices go up every month and can be stored for over 30 years…..19.5/20 pips
Chateau Glinette Pomerol 2015
Chateau Clinette Pomerol 2015: Made from grapes grown on 8 hectares (about 50 rai), only 37 hl/1 hectare of grape juice. It is composed of 90% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Cabernet Franc, aged in French oak for 16 months, 65% new oak, and the remaining 35% aged in used oak for one year.
Deep red in color, it smells of ripe fruit such as plum, blackberry, black cherry, raspberry, violet flowers, dried rose petals, mineral truffle, seaweed, licorice, cinnamon, cumin, tobacco, mint, smoked oak, cedar. . Sweet vanilla, refreshing acidity, firm tannins but starts smoothly. The fragrance ends with fruits, minerals, and spicy herbs, and may not be fully released yet. But you can drink it this year…..20/20 points
Vineyards in Pomerol (Cr.Photo by Marla Norman)
It is not easy to buy such wine as originally said, as the space is small and only a small amount of wine can be made. While the demand is high the chance of finding a fake is also high.
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