Look past Bordeaux’s illustrious estates, and you’ll discover small, quality-focused producers making wines that offer incredible flavor and value. Case in point: Château de Sescas.
Decades ago, Château de Sescas grew mainly apple trees, but the Cluzan family knew the estate’s chalk and limestone hillsides would be perfect for growing grapes. Today, the third generation is at the helm. And thanks to Bordeaux’s fantastic 2014 vintage – which yielded red wines of “harmony and finesse with solid cores of fruit and extremely polished tannins,” writes James Suckling – the family’s Bordeaux is very impressive.
Château de Sescas debuted to a gold medal at the tough Concours de Mâcon. A classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (60%), Merlot (25%), and Cabernet Franc (15%), this overflows with intense, dark-fruit flavor and earthy spice characters. Perfect for a dinner party – especially if beef tenderloin or hearty pasta is on the menu.
Our customers love to scoop up great-value, gold-medal Bordeaux, so we don’t expect this lovely red to last long in our cellars. Act quickly to guarantee your share.