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Auch in diesem Jahr Haute-Couture in der Flasche! Eine in Saint-Émilion so nicht wieder getroffene Fruchtvielfalt! Trotz der reichlichen Aromen, kommt er fast schwerelos und zart daher. Summa summarum ein Fixstern des 2017er Bordeaux-Jahrgangs!

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 94-96/100 Punkte
"The 2017 Figeac is composed of 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. Very deep garnet-purple in color, the nose sings of Cabernet Sauvignon-bright crushed black currants, blackberries and wild blueberries with wafts of lilacs, pencil shavings, tobacco, tilled earth plus a hint of bay leaves. The medium-bodied mouth is fine, elegant, minerally and incredibly vivacious with tons of energy. Bright and refreshing with firm, grainy tannins and a provocative hint of chew, it finishes with great length. This should age wonderfully. 100% new oak was used for this sample and it is very well-integrated."

Wine Spectator: 92-95/100 Punkte
"Bright and fresh, offering lovely cassis and black cherry notes sitting atop a sleek iron spine. Floral and savory details run throughout. Shows a refined structure. Sneakily long, with persistent fruit." 

Decanter: 93/100 Punkte
"The aromatics here are highly appealing, the well-weighted cassis fruit with touches of woodsmoke scents reflecting the clean black fruits on the attack, delivered with a sense of precision. The fruit is a little below the exceptional quality of the last few years, but 2015 and 2016 were just such sensational wines here, and this was a far trickier vintage. The austerity needs time to soften, opening up in the glass but lacking the floral signature of the estate, perhaps due to low Cabernet Franc levels - Figeac lost 55% of the crop to frost, hitting the Cabernet Franc particularly hard, which is why this vintage has the lowest Cabernet Franc on record at the estate. They have done an excellent job of not over-extracting, and it has a gentle depth of bramble fruit, menthol and eucalyptus that unrolls with some minerality. The last plots came in on 3 October, but they often went through the same plot several times to wait for full ripeness, and only around 10% of second generation fruit made it into the final wine. 50% of overall production will make Figeac in 2017, equating to perhaps 48,000 bottles. Yield 22hl/ha. This is an excellent wine, but lacks a little of the Figeac signature that has been so brilliantly developed over the past few years. Drinking Window 2026 – 2040”

Vinous (Neal Martin): 93-95/100 Punkte
"The 2017 Figeac was picked from 7 September to 3 October at 22hl/ha (average across frosted and non-frosted parcels) with 13.5° alcohol. It has a deep purple hue. The bouquet is very well defined, quite strict at first with well-behaved blackberry, raspberry, pressed rose petals and just a touch of violet. The palate is medium-bodied with a fine backbone, fresh in the mouth with a sense of energy, quite precise and linear with a pinch of spice towards the finish, a little graphite lingering on the aftertaste. This is unapologetically classic in style and whilst it might be over-shadowed by the sensational 2015 and 2016 Figeac, this is an impressive follow-up to that might pair that has really put Figeac back on the map." 

James Suckling: 94/100 Punkte
"This is a dense and layered red with blackberries, blueberries and hints of hazelnuts. Full-bodied, very tight and focused. Impressive young tannins. Velvety texture. Very pretty to taste. Juicy and delicious. 43% merlot, 47% caberent sauvignon and 10% cabernet franc. Less franc than normal due to the frost." 

Wine Enthusiast: 95/100 Punkte
"Barrel Sample. Juicy fruit and delicious cassis flavors are sustained by determined tannins on the palate of this bold wine. It is all in balance, the intense acidity and great fruit given extra richness by the structure. It is always going to be a rich wine, with plenty of bright acidity. For this estate, it will not be a wine for long-term aging."

Weinwisser: 19/20 Punkte
"47 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 43 % Merlot. 10 % Cabernet Franc. 13,5 Vol.-%., 22 hl/ha. Mehr als die Hälfte wurde durch den Frost am 27. April verloren. 48.000 Flaschen. Dichtes Purpurgranat mit violettem Rand. Vielschichtiges blaubeeriges Bouquet mit Brom- und Heidelbeeren. Im zweiten Ansatz betörende Veilchen, dunkles Malz und reife Walderdbeeren. Am cremigen Gaumen mit seidigen Tanninen, feinmehligem Extrakt und genialer Frische, zeigt eine royale Grösse. Im gebündelten Finale ein Feuerwerk von blauen Beeren, dunklen Schokonoten und perfekter Balance – ein wahrer Traum, diese Haute-Couture-Delikatesse aus St.- Émilion. 2028-2058"

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Château Figeac

Alte Flaschen des Château Figeac

Mit insgesamt 40 Hektar Rebfläche ist das Château Figeac das größte Weingut in Saint-Emilion. Darüber hinaus gehören zum Château über 14 Hektar Parkanlagen, Weiden, Teiche und Wälder, die alle rund um das Château gelegen sind.

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Château Figeac - 1er Grand Cru Classé B
Bordeaux, Saint-Émilion
Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Wein Typ
0,75 l
14,00 % vol
16-18 °C
Allergene / Inhaltsstoffe
enthält Eier, Sulfite
Anschrift Produzent / Abfüller / Hersteller
Château Figeac
33330 Saint-Emilion
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