Cht Cap L'Ousteau Ht Medoc 75cl


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Product information

Located near to Margaux, the Château Cap L'Ousteau enjoys a typic Médoc gravel terroir. This terroir is combined with well-equilibrated grape varieties: Merlot for the color and the roundness, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc for the fruit and the finesse, and Petit Verdot for the structure.
Barrels growing sublime the quality and the personality of this cru.
Wine of France
Country of Origin

Allergen Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
ABV (%)
Grape Variety
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot
Tasting Notes
This wine has a very intense and brilliant red garnet colour. The nose is complex, persistant and spicy with cherry and vanilla aromas. The attack is supple with a balanced mouth with prune and red fruit jam notes
The Château and the outbuildings date respectively from the 18th and 19th centuries. Among its illustrious owners, it boasts Monsieur de Bethman who was mayor of Bordeaux, and the Clauzel family. It is on this privileged site, extending from the terroir of Moulis, that the 78 hectares or so of the estate Château du
Cartillonare cultivated. Cap l'Ousteau is the second wine of the Château du Cartillon and is given the same attention as its prestigious elder.
Regional Information
Château Cap l'Ousteau is located to Lamarque, at the same distance of Margaux as Saint-Julien. The 45 hectare vineyard occupies a remarkable position
on two hilltops whose thick layer of gravels is an eminently favourable environment for winegrowing
Current Vintage
Vinification Details
Traditional vinification in stanless vats
Chateau Cap L'Ousteau
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19 May 2021 by 
smooth and very drinkable

Smooth, medium bodied and rather too drinkable!

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31 March 2021 by 

Awful. It was slightly fizzy and must have expired.

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27 March 2021 by 

Sadly, two bottles were thin/brown as in corked - assume not stored well-enough as it is 2014

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19 October 2020 by 

If you like a dry Bordeaux with plenty of tannins then this is a reasonable wine when on offer. But if you like juicy reds you will be disappointed - which is I suspect why the differences in reviews.

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02 June 2020 by 
I wash I listened to the bad reviews

It is disappointing. Taste like a very cheap wine. I don’t recommend at all (Vintage: 2014)

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27 May 2020 by 
delicious and no hangover

delicious and no hangover

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