Château Beauséjour

To mark the revival of "Château Beauséjour" and the common efforts of Stéphane Derenoncourt and Pierre Bernault, the top-of-the-range vintage (formerly called « Clos de l'Eglise » vieilles vignes) has become simply "Château Beauséjour".

Made into wine with the help of Stéphane Derenoncourt with grapes from the best plots (or parts of the best plots), Château Beauséjour expresses the excellence of the terroir and of the know-how of the new owners.

Merlot 75%, Cabernet Franc 25%. Vines aged on average 45 years.


The 2006 Château Beauséjour


This vintage made into wine with the help of Stéphane Derenoncourt now embodies the revival of Château Beauséjour. A faultless selection based on quality, carried out both in the vineyard and in the chai, produces a magnificent deep ruby color. The nose, ripe and very fruity, exhibits scents of raspberry and black currant. Its rich aromatic bouquet delightfully explodes in the mouth with flavors and fruits. The finish is long and powerful. It is 70% aged in new barrels and 30% in once-used and twice-used barrels.

Château Beauséjour 2012


L’olfaction séduisante évoque les cerises, les épices douces, avec des notes florales et de léger cassis. La bouche est très veloutée, charnue d’un bon maintien dans un corps fuselé très fruité. La finale s’allonge, fraîche, tout en conservant un agréable velouté de texture, rehaussée de fruits gourmands, de notes florales et épicées.

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