Wine Chateau de Beauregard-Ducourt, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
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Reviews of purchase Chateau de Beauregard-Ducourt, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
Wine of intense ruby color with purple hues.
Sredneteloe wine with a rounded taste with intense shades of plum and minerals. The finish is long and pleasant.
The aroma of the wine reveals notes of black currants, cedar and vanilla.
The wine goes well with grilled red or white meat.
Red wine "Château de Beauregard-Dyukur" created under the direct supervision of their owners: Philip Dyukur responsible for the state of vineyards, and his brother Bernard Dyukur - for the vinification process. This vintage is made of a blend of grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Harvest carefully sorted winery separated by ridges and lightly pressed and then fermented in stainless steel tanks under strictly controlled temperature conditions. Further exposure of young wine flows in wooden barriques for 12-15 months.
Vintage 2011 was awarded a gold medal at the competition in Paris in 2013 and a bronze medal at the competition "Decanter".
The basis of the family wine business Dyukur was laid in early years of the late XIX century, with the acquisition of the estate Chateau des Combes. History of Chateau de Beauregard-Ducourt began in 1948, when the estate acquired father of the current owners - energetic and enterprising Henri Dyukur. He started with 11 hectares of vineyards, but over time expanded the area of their holdings to 360 acres. It Henri Dyukuru family owes the fact that the rich and soft wine Chateau de Beauregard-Ducourt become recognizable, and the very economy - among the leading producers of Bordeaux wines.
Today, the younger generation Dyukur - Philippe Bernard and Marie-Christine - produce charming wine, is a model of the perfect combination of price and quality, which are also fully reflect all of the features of its terroir and bear the imprint of a caring relationship creators for their work.