Château Peyrabon is a cru bourgeois property that is owned by Patrick Bernard. It is an unusual Bordeaux château in that its vineyards are divided between the appellations of Haut Médoc and Pauillac. The Haut Médoc vineyard is a large one, being over 30 hectares in size and lies several miles inland from the Gironde. This location puts it a mile or so from the Pauillac commune boundary and Peybaron's vineyards neighbour those of Liversan and Ramage La Batisse. The Pauillac wine is sold as La Fleur de Peyrabon, while the Chateau Peyrabon wine is Haut-Médoc. The wine is typically a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot and and 23% Cabernet Franc. Since it was bought by Bordeaux merchant Patrick Bernard in 1998, Peyrabon has benefited from serious investment to improve its quality and the recent results show how far the quality has soared. Grown on excellent gravelly terroir the wine is now definitely of top Cru Bourgeois standard. And exhibits a distinct touch of class.
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