Diane de Belgrave 2009

Dourthe Wines state that: “Diane de Belgrave is produced at Dourthe’s Classified Growth property, Château Belgrave, in the Haut-Medoc north of the city of Bordeaux. A ferret and crown on the label is a reminder of the estate’s rich hunting history dating back to the reign of Louis XIV when the château was used as a royal hunting lodge.”

Diane de Belgrave 2009
Diane de Belgrave 2009

The wine is a deep red colour. On the nose, generous ripe red fruits are complemented by a touch of spice with a mature rounded character. A well balanced palate has elegance and depth underlined by youthful tannins which we felt needed to be softened with age. Saying that we think this is a classic example of a Bordeaux which is best enjoyed on a special occasion or a Sunday lunch when friends and family are all together.

Diane de Belgrave 2009 is available from Oddbins at £17.50 a bottle.

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  • Fine example from the Bordeaux region
  • Goes well with delicate game or roast pork

  • Youthful tannins on the finish
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