Amiral de Beychevelle 2007
Second wine of Château Beychevelle, from Saint Julien appellation, the Amiral de Beychevelle 2007 is raised with the same care as its elder but more marked by the merlot. It is quicker to reveal itself quickly and offers by its harmony and length all the finesse of a Grand Saint Julien and ease of drinking that makes it a superb wine for your meals and dinners.
This Amiral de Beychevelle 2007 is a wine both graceful and airy. Its deep red color, a nose with black fruit aromas and a mouth full of softness and delicacy with pretty tannins.
We offer you the 2007 vintage because it is ready to be tasted right now. We will find at the opening of this bottle a real pleasure taste as the aromas are present. Amiral de Beychevelle 2007 is a typical wine of Saint Julien and remains affordable by its status of second. We love this wine for its true medocain character while remaining very fruity!
The advice of 12bouteilles: This wine is ready to drink, today to its full potential it will perfectly accompany meats of red or white characters.
Gault&Millau’s review: « Admirable wine, both graceful and airy, with beautiful black fruit aromas. The palate is supple, delicate, with pretty tannins. »
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