Château HAUT-BRION
1er grand cru classé

  • Red
  • 2002
  • Pessac-Léognan red
Château HAUT-BRION 1er grand cru classé 2002 bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 465,00 €bottle 75cl

Haut-Brion is the most famous of all the Bordeaux growths, having twice been classified as 1er grand cru, in 1855 and again in 1959 (Graves classification). Haut-Brion is both the oldest of the Grands Crus, with more than five centuries (since 1509) behind it, and the most innovative, introducing stainless steel vats as early as 1960 and green harvesting as early as 1980.
Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

To keep or to drink :
Ready to drink
Apogée :
2020-2032

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  • 5710
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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.

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  • 5035
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    Rated 94/100 by M. Quarin « il caresse le palais, juteux et suave, avec des arômes profonds, vers une longue finale sèveuse et parfumée. C'est superbe.» (March 2022)

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  • 4306
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    236,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    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)

    Rated 96/100 by Antonio Galloni after bottling « In 2017, La Mission plays very much in the red fruit and floral end of the spectrum. Effortless, gracious and wonderfully nuanced, the 2017 simply has it all. What a wine! » (March 2020)

    Rated 95/100 by Jean-Marc Quarin « La décantation lui fait prendre une note plus suave rappelant la framboise. Cette suavité se retrouve en bouche dans une stimulation très délicate où tout caresse en fondant et laisse une très grande place à l'arôme. Cette sensation n'est pas sans rappeler la dégustation des grands Bourgogne rouges. Grande finale subtile et ravissante. » (Feb. 2020)

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    The 2016, which Mr. Galloni compares to the glorious and historic 1955 and 1989.

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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    Rated 99/100 by the Revue du Vin de France « Moelleuse, la chair du vin reste paradoxalement tendue, serrée, et finit sa parade en bouche sur une impression de grâce longiligne. Le potentiel d’évolution de ce grand millésime est énorme. » (Nov. 2020)

    Rated 100/100 by En Magnum « En bouteille, je retrouve ce côté incroyable qui résume tout ce que j'aime dans un grand Bordeaux. La caresse, le velouté, la noblesse de texture et de tannins et cette grande personnalité absolument unique. » (Apr. 2020)

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    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2033
    Potential alcohol:
    15%
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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    To keep or to drink:
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    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

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    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
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    • Red
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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2032
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  • 5264
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    • Red
    460,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2032
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  • 5263
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    • Red
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    More

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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2032
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  • 5262
    2005 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    919,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
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    To keep or to drink:
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    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2032
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  • 5767
    2020 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    29,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Second wine of Quintus, in a finely extracted, mellow and melting style.

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    Apogée:
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  • 5108
    2019 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    29,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Second wine of Quintus, in a finely extracted, mellow and melting style.

    The 2019 vintage is rated 90/100 by Jean-Marc Quarin « Il s'agit là d'un des meilleurs millésimes que je goûte sur la propriété. [...] Velouté en entrée de bouche et de suite très frais dans sa saveur, le vin glisse au palais, juteux, savoureux et charmant. Il s'achève sèveux, délicatement épicé et surtout très fruité. Ensemble fin, gourmand et très réussi. Bravo ! C'est un nouvel Outsider. » (March 2022)

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    Apogée:
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    Apogée:
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    2017 vintage rated 90/100 by Neal Martin "Open and approachable with peppery notes towards the harmonious finish. Delicious". (February 2020)

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    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2021-2028
    Potential alcohol:
    13%
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    • Red
    31,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Second wine of Quintus, in a finely extracted, mellow and melting style.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2030
    Potential alcohol:
    15%
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  • 5776
    2020 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    90,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    In 2012, Haut-Brion bought and combined two grands crus classés (Tertre-Dauguay and L'Arrosée) on the slopes of Saint-Émilion (Côte Ausone), and put a foot in the right bank, called Quintus because it is their fifth property (after Haut-Brion, La Mission HB, Laville HB and Latour HB).

    Their first objective is to make fine, long wines, focusing on freshness and delicacy rather than power or density, more typical of the left bank than the right bank.

    Second objective: to shine in the next Saint-Emilion classifications (its immediate neighbours are Ausone, Belair-Monange, Angélus and Canon, all 1st classified grands crus).

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2042
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  • 3672
    2017 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    82,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    In 2012, Haut-Brion bought and combined two grands crus classés (Tertre-Dauguay and L'Arrosée) on the slopes of Saint-Émilion (Côte Ausone), and put a foot in the right bank, called Quintus because it is their fifth property (after Haut-Brion, La Mission HB, Laville HB and Latour HB).

    Their first objective is to make fine, long wines, focusing on freshness and delicacy rather than power or density, more typical of the left bank than the right bank.

    Second objective: to shine in the next Saint-Emilion classifications (its immediate neighbours are Ausone, Belair-Monange, Angélus and Canon, all 1st classified grands crus).

    2017 vintage rated 94/100 by Antonio Galloni "Rich and dense on the palate, Quintus is a bold, hedonistically opulent Saint-Émilion in 2017. Soaring Franc overtones play off the Merlot nicely, adding both aromatic presence and a real feeling of saline intensity that comes through, especially on the finish". (March 2020)

    2017 vintage rated 94/100 by Jean-Marc Quarin "Caressant à l’attaque, le vin devient gras au milieu, ample, puis très fruité. Il se développe savoureux, sur un toucher noble, tout en évoluant puissant, avec beaucoup de présence et un éclat fruité sophistiqué". (Oct. 2020)

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    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2023-2033
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
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  • 2979
    2016 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    104,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    In 2012, Haut-Brion bought and combined two grands crus classés (Tertre-Dauguay and L'Arrosée) on the slopes of Saint-Émilion (Côte Ausone), and put a foot in the right bank, called Quintus because it is their fifth property (after Haut-Brion, La Mission HB, Laville HB and Latour HB).

    Their first objective is to make fine, long wines, focusing on freshness and delicacy rather than power or density, more typical of the left bank than the right bank.

    Second objective: to shine in the next Saint-Emilion classifications (its immediate neighbours are Ausone, Belair-Monange, Angélus and Canon, all 1st classified grands crus).

    2016 rated 94/100 by Neal Martin "The 2016 Quintus has a very noble bouquet with beautifully defined blackberry and briary fruit, wonderfully integrated oak and a genuine sense of focus and poise. This is a beautifully crafted Saint-Émilion and one of the best releases of Quintus to date". (Aug. 2020)

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    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2036
    Potential alcohol:
    15%
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  • 3814
    2015 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    105,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
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    In 2012, Haut-Brion bought and combined two grands crus classés (Tertre-Dauguay and L'Arrosée) on the slopes of Saint-Émilion (Côte Ausone), and put a foot in the right bank, called Quintus because it is their fifth property (after Haut-Brion, La Mission HB, Laville HB and Latour HB).

    Their first objective is to make fine, long wines, focusing on freshness and delicacy rather than power or density, more typical of the left bank than the right bank.

    Second objective: to shine in the next Saint-Emilion classifications (its immediate neighbours are Ausone, Belair-Monange, Angélus and Canon, all 1st classified grands crus).

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2036
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  • 1826
    2014 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    74,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    In 2012, Haut-Brion bought and combined two grands crus classés (Tertre-Dauguay and L'Arrosée) on the slopes of Saint-Émilion (Côte Ausone), and put a foot in the right bank, called Quintus because it is their fifth property (after Haut-Brion, La Mission HB, Laville HB and Latour HB).

    Their first objective is to make fine, long wines, focusing on freshness and delicacy rather than power or density, more typical of the left bank than the right bank.

    Second objective: to shine in the next Saint-Emilion classifications (its immediate neighbours are Ausone, Belair-Monange, Angélus and Canon, all 1st classified grands crus).

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2035
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