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Chateau Broustet

Address: Château Broustet 33720 Barsac France

Telephone: +33 (0)5 56 27 16 87

Website: www.chateau-broustet.com/

Email: info@chateau-broustet.com

Visits: By appointment only

Details: Barsac, 2ème cru classé, 20ha, gravel on limestone with iron deposits

Vineyards: Sémillon 63%, Sauvignon Blanc 25%, Muscadelle 12%

History:

Château Broustet was owned by Bernard Capdeville (see also Château Nairac) and for the 1855 classification both Capdeville estates were considered together as one. Long after Capdeville, and following a period of less than consistent stewardship, Didier Laulan, whose family has owned the neighbouring Château Saint-Marc for four generations, acquired Château Broustet in 1994. M Laulan, heir of a long line of winemakers, is himself accomplished in the art of blending.

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Tasting notes:

2007 panel tasting

2007 en primeur

2005 en primeur

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