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Château Labadie

Château Labadie (Cru Bourgeois) lies close to the village of Bégadan in the Médoc, between the Gironde River and the Atlantic Ocean. The name is a nod to the first block of vines bought by Yves Bibey in 1988 with his wife, Adelaide. The vineyard of this family-run estate is divided into two distinct parcels; clay limestone soils - providing wine with good structure - and gravel soils - which add finesse. Of the 40 hectares, 51% are planted with Merlot, 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 3% each Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Wines are fermented in stainless steel or cement and aged in oak barrels - just a small percent of which is new - for 12-15 months.

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Château Labadie Cru Bourgeois Médoc 2016

Château Labadie (Cru Bourgeois) lies close to the village of Bégadan in the Médoc, between the Gironde River and the Atlantic Ocean. This family run estate grow Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and small amounts of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. This blend creates a French classic with an interesting nose of strawberry, cherry and hints of vanilla. On the palate it's rich, savoury and medium-bodied wine with black plum, blackcurrant and a gentle oakiness. It has a lovely finish and best enjoyed being opened in advance. Enjoyed most with red meats and roasts. 13.5% and Sustainable methods.
£16.95