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6 x Chateau Clos Haut Peyraguey 1994, 1er Cru Classé, Magnum

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This wine is currently ageing carefully in our cellar in France, in our temperature and humidity controlled facility. We now organise two monthly shipments from our French cellar to Singapore, providing more regular and consistent deliveries directly to your door. Please understand that you might observe a maximum delivery lead time of 3 weeks. Nonetheless, as customer experience is of the utmost importance to us, we'll try our best to minimise this delivery time. Do not hesitate to contact our customer service for more information if needed.

Case Size: 6 x 1.5. We notes excellent botrytis in this rich, ample, vigorous, long and high-quality wine. Complex aromas of every ripe appricots and candied oranges, with spice constituting an original, subtle wine that makes perfect company for a meal.

  • VINTAGE: 1994

    GRAPE: 90% Sémillon, 10% Sauvignon

    ORIGIN: France - Bordeaux

    TASTE PROFILE: Sweet White - Rich & Seductive

    DELICIOUS WITH: Fruity desserts, Blue cheese

    SERVING TEMPERATURE:10 to 12°C

    IDEAL FOR: Dinner, Romantic dinner, Special occasion, Impress

    SIZE: 1.5

    EXPERT RATINGS: 93 - Vivino

    THE STORY: Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey is a vineyard estate located in the heart of the Sauternes region on high ground near the village of Bommes. The merits of its white dessert wines have been well known since the 1855 classification in which it ranked among the Sauternes Premier Crus. But the origins of Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey are really much older than that. Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey’s oldest stones, cut from quarries in neighbouring Ciron, date from the 13th century. The first known owner was Sieur Raymond Peyraguey, who settled in Bommes in 1618. He was referred to as a "rural bourgeois" by the historian Coudroy de Lille who considered him to be among those who tried their luck in the 17th century in "the great adventure" with wines that, even if they weren’t dessert wines, had at least to taste sweet, all around the property was land belonging to other "wine adventurers" like Peyraguey but also to noble families, financiers, magistrates, lawyers and rich bourgeois, all of whom contributed to the creation and then the boom in the wines of Sauternes. The château has been restored to its former glory and is now in the finest condition for receiving wine lovers in the greatest comfort

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