Château Figeac

Saint Emilion - 1er Grand Cru Classé A

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  • 97 - 98
  • 96 - 98
  • Description

    Consided to be one of the oldest properties in the appellation, Château Figeac is also one of the largest. It is made up of around 40 hectares of Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon vines as well as a small amount of Merlot, which more commonly seen on the Right Bank. Grown according to sustainable principles, the grapes are vinified with the help of gravity in cone-shoped, stainless-steel tanks and oak vats. It’s matured for 15 to 18 months in wooden barrels.

    iDealwine Primeur tasting note : “Very pure fruit aromas rise from the glass, bringing vivacity and freshness to the mix as well as peppery notes. The initial drop is fresh, while the ensemble is dense and intensely fruity with delicate tannins. The wine possesses a velvety, silky texture and is well balanced. The finish, which is equally velvety and delicate, reveals a mixture of blackberry and peony flavours. It has a superb length.”

    James Suckling : “The density and finesse to this is terrific, offering blackberry, dark chocolate, walnut and hazelnut, as well as currant and sandalwood. Orange peel, too. Full-bodied and compact with a superb core of thick, velvet-textured tannins and a juicy finish. Extremely long. 41% merlot, 32% cabernet franc and 27% cabernet sauvignon.”

    Additional information




    Saint Emilion


    1er Grand Cru Classé A




    Wooden case of 1 bottle (750 ml), Wooden case of 1 double magnum (3000 ml), Wooden case of 3 bottles (750 ml), Wooden case of 3 magnums (1500 ml), Wooden case of 6 bottles (750 ml)




    Environmentally friendly

    Le Figaro
    Wine Advocate

    96 – 98

    James Suckling

    97 – 98