Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot
Tasting notes: Very deep color and fresh aromas that possess an incredible purity, with mineral, fruit, and flower notes which come together harmoniously. On the palate, the wine shows impressive finesse with silky tannins and is an enchanted meeting of a great terroir with biodynamics. About the Winery: Jean-Francois de Pontet had made a name for himself at the court in Versailles, where he had held the position of Grand Ecuyer (Master of the Horse) to Louis XV. n 1705, he purchased a few acres of land to the north of the village of Pauillac, which he turned into a vineyard. A few years later, he added several parcels in a place called Canet. As was the custom at the time, he added his own name to that of his land in order to give his estate a recognisable identity. A century later, Chateau Pontet-Canet was flourishing and became one of the select few to join the famous 1855 classification, which had been ordered by Napoleon III.