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|2020||Château Beauséjour Cuvée Prestige (Fronsac)|
Here you find a blend of red fruits, herbs and olives on the nose and palate. Savory, soft and chewy, the endnote continue with their leafy, herbal characteristics. 87-89 Pts
802 Views Tasted May 20, 2021
|2019||Château Beauséjour Cuvée Prestige (Fronsac)|
Soft, supple creamy and fresh, with a silky-textured, fruit-filled, dark cherry and plum oriented palate with a touch of chocolate in the finish that will provide delicious drinking on release. This is showing much better from the bottle than it did in barrel. Drink from 2022-2031.
520 Views Tasted Mar 29, 2022
Black fruit, freshness, round textures, licorice and a hint of bitter chocolate on the nose and medium-bodied palate carry through from start to finish here. This will provide delicious drinking on release. 88-90 Pts
2,145 Views Tasted Jun 16, 2020
|2018||Château Beauséjour Cuvée Prestige (Fronsac)|
Licorice, cocoa, smoke and dark plums are found in this elegant, soft, fresh, fruity wine. The oak is a factor at the moment, but the fruit is sweet, ripe and juicy, so give it a year or two to come together.
485 Views Tasted Mar 9, 2021
|2010||Château Beauséjour 1901 (Montagne-St. Émilion)|
Beausejour Montagne 1901, produced from vines planted in 1901 is stuffed with ripe jammy berries, licorice and spice. Not much of this is produced, but it’s worth seeking out as it's made rom old vines that were planted over 110 years ago! Stephane Derenoncourt consults. 89-91 Pts
3,416 Views Tasted Apr 22, 2011
|2009||Château Beauséjour 1901 (Montagne-St. Émilion)|
From vines that were planted back in 1901, this is stuffed with licorice, black cherry, truffle, sweet, plums and coffee on the nose. Medium/full bodied, this ends with a soft plum, licorice and black cherry finish. Not exactly a value wine in the literal sense, it’s difficult to fine many wines produced from 110 year old vines, especially in Bordeaux.
1,515 Views Tasted Jul 18, 2011
2009 Beausejour 1901, produced from vines planted in 1901, is stuffed with jammy berries, licorice, and spice. With round textures and a long finish, this wone produced from 100 year old vines is worth seeking out. Sadly not much is produced and little is imported to America. 89-91
1,608 Views Tasted Jun 28, 2010