Located in Pessac Léognan, the Château Gazin Rocquecourt is one of the oldest properties in the appellation, initially known as Château Gazen and Bourbon, then Château Gazin, and nowadays it is named Château Gazin Rocquencourt in 1995. . Acquired in February 2006 by the Bonnie family, owner of Château Malartic-Lagravière (Grand Cru Classé de Graves), the estate enters a new era: The progressive restructuring of the vineyard enhances the superb gravel terroir of Gazin Rocquencourt, whose immense potential did not escape the experts. an internal environmental charter of Vignobles Malartic is applied: plowing, sustainable agriculture, HVE, plots in organic and biodynamic. Château Gazin Rocquencourt thus confirms, vintage after vintage, its place among the jewels of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, in white as well as in red.
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- Pessac-Leognan - Bordeaux - Red Wine
The 2009 vintage is a marvel in Bordeaux and Château Gazin Rocquencourt.Pretty dense and deep color. Beautiful nose rich notes of spice and fruit well walls. The mouth is suave in attack, and blossoms around a beautiful tannic structure, where the fruits dominate the already almost melted tannins. Beautiful length and elegant and gourmet finish, with...16,5Parker 88N. Martin 89J. Robinson 16,5Decanter 16