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Chateau La Commanderie (Futures Pre-sale) 2010

Bordeaux Red Blends from St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France
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WS 91
Wine Spectator
Dense but restrained, with a charcoal frame holding the solid core of black currant and blackberry fruit at bay for now. There's a nice smoldering feel through the finish, with latent depth. Not super big, but has good character.
JS 91
James Suckling
Round and velvety, with chocolate, spice and coffee. Full body, and velvety.
Barrel Sample: 90-91 Points
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Chateau La Commanderie

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Chateau La Commanderie, St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France
2010 (Futures Pre-sale)
La Commanderie was built in the 12th century by Guillaume de Plaigne, a Cathar Lord, who took an active role in the Battle of Avignonet and afterwards joined the besieged stonghold at the famous siege of Montsegur. In the 16th century, Barthelemy de Plaigne extended the chateau by creating the Salle des Chevaliers. His daughter, Anne de Plaigne, who married the Count de Pibrac in 1642, sold Plaigne to François-Paul de Béon-Massès-Cazaux, head of the order of St Jonh in Toulouse, who, in 1685, established this domain as a Commanderie of the Knights of Malta. It remained in their ownership until the French Revolution. In the 19th century, the chateau belonged to Mr de Nicol, who modernized the building, and it remained in this family for a century, the last descent being Vilolette de Ferluc.

La Commanderie was bought in 1973 by Marie-France Gregory, mother of the present owner; it has been completely restored and furnished in period style by this family of artists and art lovers.

VCXCAPM_1115_10_2010 Item# 110493