Chateau Haut Pougnan Rouge, Bordeaux

7 in stock
£12.99

3 reviews
Description

Type: Red Wine
Grape(s):
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine Region:
Bordeaux, France

Tasting Notes: The wine is predominantly Merlot (80%) & Cabernet Sauvignon (20%) with support in a classic red Bordeaux blend. Lovely soft bramble fruit flavours with vanilla notes from time spent ageing in oak barrels.

The Estate: In the heart of the Entre-Deux-Mers in the Bordeaux wine-producing region, near Creon, the vineyards of Chateau Haut-Pougnan spread on the slopes of the right bank of the Garonne, with superb clay-limestone soil and gravel.

That is the nature of calcareous clay these soils resulting in very fine wines with subtle bouquet.

Suggested food and wine pairing: This red Bordeaux wine pairs really well with roast lamb and most red meats.

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Customer Reviews

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Craig Pascoe
Gem of a wine shop

An amazing selection to choose from with great advice from the experts.
Clearly a passion for wines and great service
Thank you can’t wait to come back

Hi Craig, wow thank you for such an amazing review. The kind words mean a lot to us being such a small team. We look forward to welcoming you back to try more from our range!

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Andy Field
Andy's opinions!!!

Excellent value for money Bordeaux with classic blackcurrant undertones

Hi Andy, thanks for leaving your thoughts on the Chateau Haut Pougnan Rouge. We're glad to hear that you found it to be an excellent value for money - we think so too!

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Aaron Thomas
Fantastic Service

I would highly recommend Old Chapel Cellars and will definitely purchase from them again. Jake, in particular was very helpful and informative with an enquiry I that I had in regards to the wine I’d ordered as the bottles I’d chose were a present for my in-laws. It will be roughly a further year until the bottles are opened so I’m unable to advise on the taste… if the 2018 is anything to go by then i recommend you try this particular red.