Nestled in a vast forest not far from Léognan in the Bordeaux region, Chateau Olivier boasts a very rich legacy, reflected in its medieval architecture. The estate has been owned by the Bethmann family since 1886, who have invested significantly in the property.
This Graves Classified Growth watches over a 52-hectare vineyard dedicated to its Chateau Olivier red wine.
The winter was not very rainy and quite mild, leading to an early budding. A wet and cool spring followed, slowing down the bud burst. Flowering took place between May 24 and May 30. The small grapes were concentrated in sugar.
Reflecting the typical character of its appellation, the Chateau Olivier red 2019 is a rich and structured wine.