Château HAUT-BRION
1er grand cru classé

  • Red
  • 1996
  • Pessac-Léognan red
Château HAUT-BRION 1er grand cru classé 1996 bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 389,17 €bottle 75cl

Always a reference for Graves, with this intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin characteristic of the appellation. Its location in the Bordeaux urban area makes it the earliest first growth on the left bank, a clear advantage in vintages of freshness.

To keep or to drink :
Ready to drink
Apogée :
2008-2030

From the same producer

  • 3046

    Second red wine of La Mission Haut-Brion, created in 1991, and greatly improved since 2006 by the addition of the entire vineyard of La Tour Haut-Brion.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2022-2034
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  • 2357

    Second red wine of La Mission Haut-Brion, created in 1991, and greatly improved since 2006 by the addition of the entire vineyard of La Tour Haut-Brion.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2022-2033
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  • 1710

    Second red wine of La Mission Haut-Brion, created in 1991, and greatly improved since 2006 by the addition of the entire vineyard of La Tour Haut-Brion.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2030
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  • 2360
    2016 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    115,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Second red wine of Haut-Brion, named as such since 2008 (previously Ch.Bahans Haut-Brion). To underline the stylistic kinship with Haut-Brion, Le Clarence is put in the same very special bottle.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2036
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  • 247
    2010 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    125,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Second red wine of Haut-Brion, named as such since 2008 (previously Ch.Bahans Haut-Brion). To underline the stylistic kinship with Haut-Brion, Le Clarence is put in the same very special bottle.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2040
    More
  • 3841
    2017 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    265,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    In a denser and more opulent register than Haut-Brion, La Mission is a potential first growth.

    Rated 94/100 by Neal Martin after bottling « The palate is medium-bodied with fine grain tannin, very focused and refined with darker fruit compared to the nose. Traces of tar and cedar surface towards the classic finish that linger nicely, although Haut-Brion just has a tad more persistence and depth. Superb. » (February 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2040
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  • 3070
    2016 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    380,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    In a denser and more opulent register than Haut-Brion, La Mission is a potential first growth.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2027-2045
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  • 2574
    2015 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    354,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    In a denser and more opulent register than Haut-Brion, La Mission is a potential first growth.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2027-2045
    More
  • 3069
    2014 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    166,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    In a denser and more opulent register than Haut-Brion, La Mission is a potential first growth.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2036
    More
  • 250
    2010 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    534,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    In a denser and more opulent register than Haut-Brion, La Mission is a potential first growth.

    The 2010 was rated 98+/100 by Wine Advocate "a strong candidate for a perfect score in 15 years" and 19.5/20 by the Revue du Vin de France "a monumental wine, even better in terms of balance than the spectacular 2009".

    Re-tasted 10 years later by the Revue du Vin de France, it is rated 19/20 "this very intense wine, massive on the palate, is far from having said it all. It impresses by its attack, its fleshy mouth and the opulence of its very coated fruit".

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2050
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  • 3183
    2016 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    515,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Always a reference for Graves, with this intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin characteristic of the appellation. Its location in the Bordeaux urban area makes it the earliest first growth on the left bank, a clear advantage in vintages of freshness.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2026-2045
    More
  • 1165
    2012 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    366,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Always a reference for Graves, with this intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin characteristic of the appellation. Its location in the Bordeaux urban area makes it the earliest first growth on the left bank, a clear advantage in vintages of freshness.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2035
    More
  • 259
    2008 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    364,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Always a reference for Graves, with this intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin characteristic of the appellation. Its location in the Bordeaux urban area makes it the earliest first growth on the left bank, a clear advantage in vintages of freshness.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2032
    More
  • 258
    2004 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    370,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Always a reference for Graves, with this intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin characteristic of the appellation. Its location in the Bordeaux urban area makes it the earliest first growth on the left bank, a clear advantage in vintages of freshness.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2014-2025
    More
  • 256
    2001 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    425,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Always a reference for Graves, with this intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin characteristic of the appellation. Its location in the Bordeaux urban area makes it the earliest first growth on the left bank, a clear advantage in vintages of freshness.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2013-2030
    More
  • 3663
    2017 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    28,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Second wine of Quintus, in a mellow and melting style.

    Rated 90/100 by Neal Martin after bottling « Open and approachable with peppery notes towards the harmonious finish. Delicious. » (February 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2021-2028
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  • 2452
    2015 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    28,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Second wine of Quintus, in a mellow and melting style.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2022-2030
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  • 3672
    2017 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    100,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Quintus because the fifth wine of Domaines Dillon after Haut-Brion (red and white) and Mission (red and white), created by combining Tertre-Daugay purchased in 2011 and L'Arrosée purchased in 2012. The intrusion of a first growth classified on the left bank of the river in Saint-Emilion was expected at the turn of the century, but Quintus will show a different style from that of its neighbours from 2012, playing the tannic sweetness card first and foremost. More Margaux-Pomerol than Saint-Émilion.

    Rated 92/100 by Neal Martin after bottling « Spicier than previous vintages thanks to the contribution of the Cabernet Franc, it offers black pepper and bay leaf notes towards what feels like a substantial finish given the growing season. Very fine. » (February 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2033
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  • 2979
    2016 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    110,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Quintus because the fifth wine of Domaines Dillon after Haut-Brion (red and white) and Mission (red and white), created by combining Tertre-Daugay purchased in 2011 and L'Arrosée purchased in 2012. The intrusion of a first growth classified on the left bank of the river in Saint-Emilion was expected at the turn of the century, but Quintus will show a different style from that of its neighbours from 2012, playing the tannic sweetness card first and foremost. More Margaux-Pomerol than Saint-Émilion.

    Vintage 2016, « le meilleur jamais fait » according to M. Quarin.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2036
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  • 3814
    2015 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    90,42 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Quintus because the fifth wine of Domaines Dillon after Haut-Brion (red and white) and Mission (red and white), created by combining Tertre-Daugay purchased in 2011 and L'Arrosée purchased in 2012. The intrusion of a first growth classified on the left bank of the river in Saint-Emilion was expected at the turn of the century, but Quintus will show a different style from that of its neighbours from 2012, playing the tannic sweetness card first and foremost. More Margaux-Pomerol than Saint-Émilion.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2036
    More
  • 1826
    2014 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    70,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Quintus because the fifth wine of Domaines Dillon after Haut-Brion (red and white) and Mission (red and white), created by combining Tertre-Daugay purchased in 2011 and L'Arrosée purchased in 2012. The intrusion of a first growth classified on the left bank of the river in Saint-Emilion was expected at the turn of the century, but Quintus will show a different style from that of its neighbours from 2012, playing the tannic sweetness card first and foremost. More Margaux-Pomerol than Saint-Émilion.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2022-2035
    More
  • 666
    2012 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    75,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Quintus because the fifth wine of Domaines Dillon after Haut-Brion (red and white) and Mission (red and white), created by combining Tertre-Daugay purchased in 2011 and L'Arrosée purchased in 2012. The intrusion of a first growth classified on the left bank of the river in Saint-Emilion was expected at the turn of the century, but Quintus will show a different style from that of its neighbours from 2012, playing the tannic sweetness card first and foremost. More Margaux-Pomerol than Saint-Émilion.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2017-2026
    More