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Beauregard - Lobenbergs Gute Weine

Das Weingut gehört der Familie, der auch die Galerie Lafayette gehört, Mitbesitzer die Cathiards von Smith Haut Lafitte. Die tiefgründigen und kieshaltigen Böden von Chateau Beauregard sind ideal für die Entstehung hochwertiger Pomerols. Das Terroir gehörte schon immer zu den Besten, aber jetzt wird auch alles entsprechend in den Keller gebracht. Gewaltige...

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Das Weingut gehört der Familie, der auch die Galerie Lafayette gehört, Mitbesitzer die Cathiards von Smith Haut Lafitte. Die tiefgründigen und kieshaltigen Böden von Chateau Beauregard sind ideal für die Entstehung hochwertiger Pomerols. Das Terroir gehörte schon immer zu den Besten, aber jetzt wird auch alles entsprechend in den Keller gebracht. Gewaltige Investition in Weinberg und Château wurden getätigt. Die Stockdichte ist überwiegend schon auf knapp 10.000 pro Hektar erhöht worden. Die Bearbeitung der dicht bepflanzten Böden geschieht mit dem Pferd um keine Bodenverdichtung zu haben. Die Umstellung zur Biodynamie ist mit dem Jahrgang 2016 endgültig abgeschlossen. Beauregard ist schon jetzt auf dem Weg zu den Top-Ten der Appellation. Der Regisseur Priou ist auf jeden Fall einer der talentiertesten und genialsten Regisseure auf dem rechten Ufer.

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  1. Chateau Beauregard (002834)

    Chateau Beauregard  - Lobenbergs Gute Weine
    Beauregard, 2012, 0,75 l
    Lobenberg 94-95, Gerstl 19, WE 93
    21969H Frankreich - Bordeaux - Pomerol
    34,00 €
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    Lobenberg: 82% Merlot, anstatt sonst 70%. Merlot reifte viel früher. ... [mehr]
  2. Chateau Beauregard (002835)

    Chateau Beauregard  - Lobenbergs Gute Weine
    Beauregard, 2012, 1,50 l
    Lobenberg 94-95, Gerstl 19, WE 93
    22688H Frankreich - Bordeaux - Pomerol
    71,10 €
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    €/l 47,40
    inkl. 19% MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten
    Lobenberg: 82% Merlot, anstatt sonst 70%. Merlot reifte viel früher. ... [mehr]
  3. Chateau Beauregard (002836) Ökowein

    Chateau Beauregard  - Lobenbergs Gute Weine
    Beauregard, 2014, 0,75 l
    Lobenberg 94-96, Gerstl 18+, Gabriel 18, TA 92,
    25273H Frankreich - Bordeaux - Pomerol
    37,50 €
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    €/l 50,00
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    Lobenberg: 35% Cabernet Franc und 65% Merlot. Der höchste Cabernet ... [mehr]
  4. Chateau Beauregard (002837) Ökowein

    Chateau Beauregard  - Lobenbergs Gute Weine
    Beauregard, 2014, 1,50 l
    Lobenberg 94-96, Gerstl 18+, Gabriel 18, TA 92,
    26011H Frankreich - Bordeaux - Pomerol
    76,50 €
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    €/l 51,00
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    Lobenberg: 35% Cabernet Franc und 65% Merlot. Der höchste Cabernet ... [mehr]
  5. Chateau Beauregard (002838) Ökowein

    Chateau Beauregard  - Lobenbergs Gute Weine
    Beauregard, 2015, 0,75 l
    Lobenberg 97-98, Gerstl 20, Suckling 94-95, Falstaff 93-95
    27118H Frankreich - Bordeaux - Pomerol
    46,00 €
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    €/l 61,33
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  6. Chateau Beauregard (002839) Ökowein

    Chateau Beauregard  - Lobenbergs Gute Weine
    Beauregard, 2016, 0,75 l
    Lobenberg 97-98, Gerstl 19+, Bettane 94-95, Suckling 93-94, Parker 91-93, Vinum 18
    30099H Frankreich - Bordeaux - Pomerol
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    Chateau Beauregard  - Lobenbergs Gute Weine
    Beauregard, 2016, 1,50 l
    Lobenberg 97-98, Gerstl 19+, Bettane 94-95, Suckling 93-94, Parker 91-93, Vinum 18
    31129H Frankreich - Bordeaux - Pomerol
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Harvest 2015

Andrew Black: An excellent 2015 is on the cards. Will it be a great Bordeaux vintage?

Vincent Priou: Given the vine cycle, with its smooth flowering and veraison, then the glorious hot, dry and sunny weather in the summer, together with the...

Andrew Black: An excellent 2015 is on the cards. Will it be a great Bordeaux vintage?

Vincent Priou: Given the vine cycle, with its smooth flowering and veraison, then the glorious hot, dry and sunny weather in the summer, together with the right amount of rain, I’m feeling very optimistic Andrew Black:out the 2015 vintage. It could be a great year.

Andrew Black: When did you start the 2015 harvest?

Vincent Priou: On Thursday 17 th September.

Andrew Black: That’s quite early...

Vincent Priou: Yes, and there were good reasons for that. First of all, Beauregard is organic, and organically-grown vines are riper earl ier. Secondly, we harvested only the young vines on that date. These are always picked in advance. A nd lastly it enAndrew Black:led us to test all the new wine- making equipment (optical sorting line, amphora-sha ped fermentation vats and gravity flow system) before the main part of the crop was brough t in.

Andrew Black: When then did you start the harvesting of the ma in crop?

Vincent Priou: Monday 21 st September.

Andrew Black: How did you come to decide on the date? Many of your neighbours disagree Andrew Black:out when the best moment to pick is. Some started and then s topped. The ripeness parameters appear to have had a huge bearing this year.

Vincent Priou: Looking at what your neighbours are doing is a pointless exercise. Each producer needs to focus on his own situation. So ma ny things can vary between one’s own vineyard and the neighbour’s –the way the vine cano py is managed, if it’s organic or conventional, the crop loads and so on.

Andrew Black: There’s concern Andrew Black:out high alcohol levels. That seems to be an issue everywhere...

Vincent Priou: I don’t agree. At Beauregard, we nev er have excessively high alcohol. This year it’s going to be between 13 and 14°. That’s no t really very high.

Andrew Black: What Andrew Black:out the skins? Most of your neighbours ar e wondering whether the skins are too thick and they should let the grapes ripen a bit mo re...

Vincent Priou: The skins aren’t especially thick at Beauregard. If they are a little on the thick side, that’s a sign of quality, as long as th e extractAndrew Black:ility is good. From what I’ve seen so fa r, the extractAndrew Black:ility is fine.

Andrew Black: Would it have been a mistake to delay the harves t at Beauregard?

Vincent Priou: The impression I have right now is t hat the quality of the 2015 vintage is not far off 2005, 2009 and 2010. If acidity levels start falling, we might lose the balances we need to make a great vintage. So I don’t really know wh at we’d be gaining by waiting. We shouldn’t forget that wine-producing is always a compromise. There is never a perfect balance between alcohol, acidity and tannins.

Andrew Black: Do you think it was a mistake then for others to wait?

Vincent Priou: It’s not for me to say. I have a col league in Pomerol who started well before his neighbours, but I’m sure he had good reasons fo r doing so. Others who are waiting might have their good reasons. The good thing for everyone is that the weather is fantastic, and the grapes are healthy, and so each person can decide according to their own convictions and situation.

Andrew Black: You mentioned the new wine-making tools that you now have at your disposal in Beauregard’s new cellars. Will these help you extra ct some added quality in the 2015 vintage?

Vincent Priou: I’m sure, yes. What’s fantastic is t hat with the quality of the grapes this year, we’re going to get off to a fantastic start. We’re lucky to be Andrew Black:le now to vinify each small plo t separately. We’re sure to gain in precision. The be rries come into the vats in Andrew Black:solutely perfect condition, thanks to a gravity-flow system that inc ludes very gentle de-stemming and a manual and optical sorting line. Temperature control is re ally state-of-the-art with the system integrated in the concrete walls of the vats to provide perfect t hermal inertia.

Andrew Black: With such good raw material and high-performing equipment, the pressure is now on you to transform the potential into something special. How will you vinify this crop?

Vincent Priou: That’s the big question! As I mentioned, the equipment is new and largely untried. For example, we have a pigeur for the extraction, but how much should we use it this year? We’ll proceed very carefully and observe the results very closely.

Andrew Black: In fact, you have similar equipment now to Smith-Haut-Lafite...

Vincent Priou: Yes, it will be helpful to have them standing by us for advice on the new pigeur. My feeling though is that after the initial stage of extraction we should vinify very gently.

Andrew Black: The second challenge you have is to bring a bit more volume, concentration and density to the wines of Beauregard. That’s what the new owners want, isn’t it? How will you take that into account in this vintage?

Vincent Priou: I’m lucky enough to have an excellen t crop to vinify this vintage, which I’m sure will help bring those qualities you mention. T hen there’s the enhanced sorting system and stricter selection, and the plot by plot vinificati on which will gain us precision.

Andrew Black: Will the 2015 be recognizAndrew Black:le as Beauregard?

Vincent Priou: My job is to maintain the trademark elegance and freshness of Beauregard and to combine it with more depth and density on th e palate.

Andrew Black: The crop size I imagine is satisfactory, but aft er stricter selection, will there be a smaller production of First Wine?

Vincent Priou: The crop size is not huge –it’s sati sfactory as you say. Better than the last 3 vintages, in any case. The yield looks to be around 33 to 35 hl/ha. And now that the First Wine is solely sourced from our grapes on the Catusseau pla teau, inevitAndrew Black:ly there is less Beauregard than in the past. Instead of producing 65 to 70% of Firs t Wine as we did in the past, nowadays it will be around 50%.

Andrew Black: Which was already the case in 2014, wasn’t it?

Vincent Priou: Yes, but without the benefit of the new cellars and their equipment.

Andrew Black: To come back to my first question Andrew Black:out whether 2015 will be one of Bordeaux’s great years, which vintage at Beauregard does 2015 remind you of at this stage?

Vincent Priou: The quality of the fruit reminds me of 1998, which was a legendary vintage at Beauregard. The overall balance is like 2005, al most like 2010. There’s something of the 2009, without the full ripeness of that year -it’s not re ally an opulent year. For me, it’s going to be one of the top 4 or 5 vint ages made at Beauregard over the last 2 decades.

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