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Château Batailley, a 5th Grand Cru Classé of the classification of 1855, is the family Castéja’s and Borie-Manoux’s flagship. It is one of the oldest estates in the Médoc. The name is derived from the battle („bataille“) - that took place where the chateau and vineyard are today - during the 100-years war in the in 1452. In this battle, the French re-conquered the neighbouring Chateau Latour from the English, a crucial point in the history of Aquitaine. A few years later the first vines were planted on this historical and blood soaked grounds.
Chateau Batailley’s garden was designed by Barillet-Deschamps, Napoleon III’s garden architect. In 1855 Napoleon III created the classification for the Grands Crus Classés of the Medoc. And Batailley was knighted Grand Cru. Batailley is an intensive typical Pauillac, with Cassis and very good structure. Very stable quality across the vintages due to the very old Wines.
The 1970 is a top-flight effort for Haut-Batailley, and a wine that behaves in personality and character like a true Pauillac, rather than a St.-Julien. Rather rich and full for Haut-Batailley, with a good, firm underpinning of tannins still evident, this dark ruby wine has a complex bouquet and fine long finish.
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Producer : Chateau Haut-Batailley, Region/Appellation : Pauillac, Country Hierarchy : Medoc, Bordeaux, France, Grape/Blend : Bordeaux Blend Red, Alcohol Content : 13 - 14.3%, Notes : Fifth Growth. Cinquieme Grand Cru Classe in 1855
Chateau Haut Batailley - 1970 - 750ml