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Château Pontoise Cabarrus

Haut-Médoc



Château Pontoise Cabarrus

27 rue Georges Mandel
33180 Saint Seurin de Cadourne

+33 5 56 59 34 92
+33 5 56 59 63 34
www.pontoise-cabarrus.com

GPS coordinates
45.2859322 / -0.7871370999999954
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Wine
Château Pontoise Cabarrus
Appellation
Haut-Médoc

Official Vintage Selection
2008/2009/2010/2011/2012/2013/2014/2015/2016/2017
Terroir
Gravels
Surface area
28 ha
Planting density
8 000 pieds/ha
Yield
45 hl/ha
Grape variety
45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot, 6% Petit Verdot, 4% Cabernets Francs
Age of the vines
40 years

Winemaking
Vinification plots by plots
Ageing
12 month in barrels ( 33% of new barrels
Harvests
hand and mechanic picking

Production
85 000 bottles
Sales and marketing
France, US, China, belgium
Languages spoken
French, English
Tasting Notes
16/20 - jancis robinson
Pontoise Cabarrus 2010 Rather luscious for a Haut-Médoc – sweet and scented and with lots of fruit. Dry, correct finish.
3 étoiles - Decanter
Pontoise Cabarrus 2009: Dense colour, good grip and length, quite serious fleshy/firm wine


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Famille Tereygeol
Owner


My first wine memory
at 9 or 10 years old, in the hubbub of grape pickers' numerous guests, the smell of the soup, the wine and the human heat …

One word to describe my wine
conviviality

The history of the Château
Pontoise Cabarrus is a bourgeois vineyard situated to Saint Seurin de Cadourne in Haut Médoc. His origin goes back up to the XVIIIth century, time when saint Seurin's wines were classified Premier Crus in the same way as those of Pauillac, Margaux or Saint Julien. It was owned until 1795 by the Baron de BRANE, celebrate owner of MOUTON, become today MOUTON ROTHSCHILD. Jean Valère CABARRUS, owner of the Castle LAGRANGE then purchased it. He decided to give his name to the domain. Pontoise became Pontoise Cabarrus. The estate will then be made famous thanks to beautiful Thérésa CABARRUS, wife of the conventional TALLIEN. Friends of Napoleon and Joséphine, they witnessed in their marriage. In 1859, the CABARRUS sold the domain to the family BOUILLAUD. They had also the Vineyard of BROCHON of the name of the famous family of lawyers Bordeaux region among which one of them, Jean Baptiste BROCHON, lived to Sociando Mallet, the nearby estate. In 1959, Emile TEREYGEOL buys the domain to Fernande BLOIS, descendant of the family BOUILLAUD. Pontoise Cabarrus is still owned by the Tereygeol Family.

Food pairings for my wine
Bordeaux entrecote

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