A Century of Elegance and Prestige in Grands Crus Classés since 1855
The wine is a deep dark ruby garnet color. Complex integrated nose with hints of raspberries intertwined with notes of chocolate and toast along with subtle floral accents. Medium to full-bodied, it is well balanced with a core of fresh fruit supported by fine tannins. The aromas are reflected on the palate and echo on long lingering finish.
- 91-92 Points James Suckling
- 92 Points Decanter
Food Pairing: Grilled lamb chops, roast duck with a cherry sauce, or a classic beef Wellington. For a vegetarian option, try a wild mushroom risotto. Finally, enjoy with aged cheeses like Gouda or Comté.
Cellaring: Now to 2032
STORY BEHIND THIS WINE
For well over a century, Château Pouget has been celebrated and esteemed, securing its elite position among the Grands Crus Classés in 1855. It is also distinguished by two medallions on its façade, which bears witness to the various accolades it garnered prior to the 1855 classification. Initially a wine storehouse, it later underwent a transformation in the latter half of the 19th century, becoming an elegant residence. While the 'French Paradox' is a recent revelation, Château Pouget's wine virtues were officially acknowledged by the Maréchal-Duc de Richelieu in the 18th century, adorning it with a noble coat of arms. This illustrious history is woven into every bottle from Château Pouget.