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Chateau Beausejour Becot November 21, 2013

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Chateau Beausejour Becot reviewChateau Beausejour Becot
Beau-Sejour Becot began life as an estate owned by the monks of St. Martin Abbey in St. Emilion, France. The monks managed the Bordeaux vineyards at what later become Chateau Canon. The vineyard is planted to 70% Merlot, 24% Cabernet Franc and 6% Cabernet Sauvignon with vines that are close to 40 years of age.
Buy Chateau Beausejour Becot 2003
With a nose filled with truffles, minerals, plums and smoke, this soft, round textured, elegant, St. Emilion wine is open and enjoyable to drink today. Open nicely, with a nose packed with earth, truffle, crushed stone, juicy plums and tobacco. Refined, elegant and soft, the finish leaves you with a rich sensation of pure, ripe blackberries. Full bodied with soft textures, this is starting to display all its ample charms.
“Deep, full-flavored, muscular, textured, and rich with light to moderate tannin in the finish, this lavishly rich, full-bodied effort requires 1-3 years of bottle age.” -Rated 93, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Price: $44.99 Size: 750ml. For more information and to buy it, Click Here!
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