Chateau Cissac, Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois 2017, Bordeaux, France

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Chateau Cissac

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Cissac is among the most celebrated addresses in the appellation of Haut-Médoc.

Chateau Cissac 2017, Critic tasting note: "The Cabernet Sauvignon and 18 months in wood have given the latest release from this always reliable estate great character and structure. Black currants fruits and balanced tannins are sustained by acidity and a juicy, succulent aftertaste. Drink this wine from 2023. Roger Voss" - 90/100, Wine Enthusiast

For five generations the Vialard family have been making outstanding, age-worthy clarets in the Haut-Médoc. Recognised for its consistent quality, Château Cissac is undoubtedly “the pillar of the bourgeoisie” (Hugh Johnson).

Crafting exceptional wines, the Vialard’s also offer some of the best value in Bordeaux. Like the wines from next-door regions Saint-Estèphe and Pauillac, this cuvée has intense, lively red fruits, with a structure that promises good ageing potential, all at a sensible price. Constantly outperforming its classification, this claret is complex with good depth of fruit, thanks to a top vintage. It’s a classic blend of Cabernet, Merlot and spicy Petit Verdot, infused with oak, that’ll improve with time, if you can resist!


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2009 Review by Runner
A classic Bordeaux 2009 for under $300. Why so cheap? (Thanks)! (Posted on 12/07/2014)
Good Value for Money Review by Terence
Wine Rack sells the Chateau Cissac 2009 at surprisingly low price. This Medoc Cru Bourgeois is suitable to drink now. Vintage 2009 is the best among all so far. Even the vintage 2005 is not as good as this one. Worth 90 points. (Posted on 03/01/2014)
Difficult to knock the French ! Review by theswil
Took some to a restaurant on Saturday and it was perfect. Felt like i was celebrating something ! Very happy you now have something so nice from this region
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