Marks and reviews
Following contrasting climatic conditions, the 2018 has been released, signaling a great vintage for Chateau de Fieuzal, Grand Cru Classe de Graves, located south of Bordeaux, on the left bank.
At Chateau de Fieuzal, the red grape harvest began on September 21st and ended on October 12th. The berries were harvested at the perfect level of ripeness, offering strong expressions of each grape variety.
Blending Cabernet Sauvignon (55%), Merlot (30%), Cabernet Franc (10%) and Petit Verdot (5%), the Chateau de Fieuzal red 2018 showcases the class and signature flavors of this Pessac-Leognan grand cru.
At the tasting, the Chateau de Fieuzal red 2018 displays a deep red color, testifying to the great concentration of anthocyanins in the fruit. Still quite subtle on the nose, the palate is superb, marked by a dense and suave texture and underlined by a great freshness. The 2018 certainly promises to be a great vintage at Chateau de Fieuzal.