Chateau Haut-Brion 2011

Chateau Haut-Brion 2011

CHF700.00
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37.5cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
37.5cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
37.5cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
37.5cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
37.5cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
37.5cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
75cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
75cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
75cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
75cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
75cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
75cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
150cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
150cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
150cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
150cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
150cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
150cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
300cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
300cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
300cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
300cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
300cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
300cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
600cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
600cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
600cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
600cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
600cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
600cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
1200cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
1200cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
1200cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
1200cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
1200cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
1200cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
1500cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
1500cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
1500cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
1500cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
1500cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
1500cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
1800cl Loose bottle
CHF700.00
1800cl Case of 1
CHF700.00
1800cl Case of 3
CHF700.00
1800cl Case of 6
CHF700.00
1800cl Case of 12
CHF700.00
1800cl Case of 24
CHF700.00
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Château Haut-Brion is the oldest of Bordeaux's five first growths, and one of the most famous wines in the world. Located in Pessac-Léognan, south of the city of Bordeaux, the château is rather far removed from its counterparts, all of which are found in the Médoc.

The vineyards were established in the 1530s by the Pontac family, changing hands several times throughout the ensuing centuries. Historical evidence shows that Haut-Brion was drunk by King Charles II and Thomas Jefferson, and the famous London diarist Samuel Pepys was also a fan of the wine. The estate was acquired by American Francophile Clarence Dillon in 1935 and has been managed by the family since.

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