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Château Hourtin-Ducasse 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon blend

A full and complex mouth. The well placed tannins provide continuity and power to the wine. The cherries sour notes are held by the typical freshness of Cabernet-Sauvignon. A rich and powerful structure. A beautiful vintage for aging that one should have in his cellar. Harmonies: caesar salad, pot-au-feu, roast guinea fowl...

 Producer Château Hourtin-Ducasse
 Region Haut-Médoc
 Country France
 Varietals Cabernet SauvignonMerlotCabernet FrancPetit Verdot
 Alcohol 13% alc/vol
 Vintage 2010

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Community Reviews

4 out of 5 starsReviewed on August 26, 2015


89/100, Wine Spectator: “Dark and grippy, with roasted chestnut and maduro tobacco notes lending an edgy feel to the steeped blackberry and plum paste flavors.
The smoldering finish lets more bay and sage fill in, but without sacrificing the dark fruit. Drink now through 2020.”
92/100, Wine Enthusiast’s “Cellar Selection”
A Silver Medal at the 2013 International Wine Challenge, in London
Selected at the 2013 “Everyday Bordeaux”, in Hong Kong
Selected Cru Bourgeois, standard 2009
A Silver Medal at the 2013 Decanter Wine Asia Awards
Selected and rated ** by 1001 Dégustations, Guide Internet des Vins
A Silver Medal at the 2013 Féminalise, in Beaune
A Bronze Medal at the 2013 International Wine and Spirit Competition, in London
A Gold Medal at the 2012 China Wine Awards, in Hong-Kong
85+/100, «Recommended» by Decanter, in London, October 2012
88/100, awarded Vigneron d’Or in the 2013 Gilbert & Gaillard Guide
87/100 by Robert Parker in The Wine Advocate Tasting Notes on

New oak:

63 300 bottles

Tasting (February 7th, 2015 – Marc Quertinier, oenologist): Ruby colour, brilliant. Typical Cabernet nose, berries of ripe blackcurrant, smoked. Ripe red fruits notes with volume and a lot of minerality appears with aeration. Precise and long in the mouth with a fleshy and grainy, tensed attack. The finish is fruity pleasant, still a little tight. Wait for him. A promising wine.

Serving temperature: 13-14°C.

Harmonises with: tournedos with marrow, veal shank braised with olives, roast veal with figs

About the Producer

Château Hourtin-Ducasse

Château Hourtin-Ducasse

Saint-Sauveur-du-Médoc, Gironde, France Saint-Sauveur-du-Médoc, Gironde, France

The Château Hourtin-Ducasse vineyard is located in Saint-Sauveur, a village bordering Pauillac. The estate produces a Haut-Médoc, Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, two former owners, Mr. Hourtin and Mr. Ducasse, gave the wine its name. In 1976, our family, the...

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