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Château Picheron, Bordeaux 2019
Red Wine from France - Bordeaux
Made from two-thirds merlot and the balance cabernets franc and sauvignon, this is a well-priced, vibrant, unoaked claret from the fine 2019 vintage. Easy drinking and with plenty of Bordeaux character.
Price: £6.95 Bottle
Price: £83.00 Case of 12
- Red Wine
- Drinking now
- 14% Alcohol
- no oak influence
- Cork, plastic
A vineyard that was created on the banks of the Dordogne as recently as the 1970s, Château Picheron was established by Alain Verdier, the father of the current owner Mathieu Verdier. Located about 30km from Bordeaux itself, in the Entre-Deux-Mers, the estate’s 26 hectares of merlot (67%), cabernet franc (22%) and cabernet sauvignon (11%) vines grow in the clay-limestone soils that are typical of the region. Mathieu took over from his father in 2006 and having worked hard to restructure the vineyards, vinifies the wines in stainless steel to emphasise the fruit. Château Picheron's takes its name from the family house where Alain was born, grew up and planted his first vines.