Château Haut-Brion is the only Château outside of the Médoc to be categorised in the original 1855 classification of red wines and was bestowed 1st growth status no less! Château Haut-Brion has a unique character that can be described as a balanced between elegance and harmony. It has always been a wine that is surprisingly approachable close to release, yet still ages remarkably well for decades. Vintage 2008 was a little kinder to Haut-Brion that some previous vintages with some plush, rich and full-bodied fruit showing in the bottle.
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