At the end of August, the oleanders and crepe myrtles still bear the signs of a very fine summer with lots of sun and little humidity. The vines stopped growing leaves and stalks a month ago; flowering and the onset of ripening were observed to take place very quickly. In these circumstances, the fruit is naturally hoped to produce a very good vintage. A special feature of this vintage is that the grape stalks are very long, so the bunches are nicely open for air to circulate within them. We expect harvesting to start early: the Merlot could begin around 21stSeptember and the Cabernet Sauvignon about the 30th. We are growingly impatient to start picking this very promising vintage, but as all good winegrowers know, this is a mistake we have to avoid.
2015 vintage: flowers and fruit
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Château Cambon La Pelouse
CRU BOURGEOIS EXCEPTIONNEL
This exceptional recognition is the culmination of several years of collective work in both the…Lire la suite
New breath of air from the southern hemisphere inspires 2019!
This may be the first Bordeaux vintage for Treasury Wine Estates, the new owner of Château Cambon la Pelouse, but they already have substantial experience in Australian, New Zealand, American and Italian vineyards.Lire la suite
The Enthusiast 100 – The best wines of the year 2019
Château Cambon la Pelouse 2016 - Haut-Médoc - Rank: 16th/100 Score 93 / 100 This…Lire la suite
Château Cambon La Pelouse 2016 – Winner of the 2019 Crus Bourgeois du Médoc Cup
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