Graves

The area of Graves gets its name from the soil. Graves are a mix of gravels, clay and sand carried out by the river, located just outside the town of Bordeaux. The red wines of Graves are recognisable by their garnet-red colour, rich, attractive and more robust than the other Médoc wines. Two third of Graves wines are white. Among the best white wines in Bordeaux, they are generally fresh, fruity and dry.

Chateau Gaubert 5 ltr 2010
Vieux Chateau Gaubert
Chateau Gaubert 5 ltr 2010
Chateau Gaubert 5 ltr 2010, Graves, Bordeaux, France    Grape varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot  Classic Bordeaux savoury red, rich and dark in colour with aromas of red and black fruits, smokey and toasted notes and hints of spice...
£250.00
Château Trébiac Graves, Bordeaux, France, 2016
Chateau Trebiac
Chateau Trebiac Graves 2016
Château Trébiac Graves, Bordeaux, France, 2016  80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon with three months in French oak.  A beautiful deep red and its bouquet evocative of red berried fruit followed by dark chocolate, then mild...
£14.65
Vieux Chateau Gaubert Double Magnum 2000
Vieux Chateau Gaubert
Vieux Chateau Gaubert Double Magnum 2000
Vieux Chateau Gaubert Double Magnum 2000 Deep intense red colour, this Graves has lovely, fairly rich, ripe cassis flavours with a fine, persistent, vanilla and pomegranate finish. It`s showing beautifully and is ready to enjoy. Dominique Haverlan has...
£145.00
Vieux Château Gaubert Double Magnum, Graves, Bordeaux, France 2010
Vieux Chateau Gaubert
Vieux Chateau Gaubert Double Magnum 2010
Vieux Château Gaubert Double Magnum, Graves, Bordeaux, France 2010   A classic Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. This dry red wine is savoury red, rich and dark in colour with aromas of red and black fruits,...
£145.00