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Château Pichon-Longueville Baron, often referred to simply as "Pichon Baron", is a well-regarded wine estate in the Pauillac appellation of Bordeaux's Haut-Médoc wine region, on the so-called "left bank" of the Gironde estuary.

It was rated as a second growth in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification and as with other top Pauillac wines, the grand vin is prized for its combination of powerful dark fruits, finesse and elegance, and the ability to age for many decades.

Les Tourelles de Longueville is one of the second wines of the Pichon Baron. This Pauillac “Super Second” powerhouse produces some of the most muscular, energetic, and age worthy wines in its class, and arguably one of the best value second growth wines from the area.

The wine is named after the turrets that embellish the château , and is made from a single Merlot dominant plot at the property, called Sainte-Anne.

Les Tourelles de Longueville 2018 is bursting with personality. It has a wonderfully intense ruby red colour, and thanks to a hearty dose of Merlot, it's got a rich, fleshy feel, while the Cabernets and Petit Verdot bring in some savory aromatics to keep things interesting.

Give it a swirl in your glass, and you'll uncover layers of black cherry, plum, spice, chocolate, dried herbs, and a hint of menthol, making each sip a delightful journey of flavors.

The attack is silky, delicate and smooth, whilst the persistent, subtle and intense finish is underpinned by the freshness of the fruit.

The tannins are fresh and harmonious. As a whole it is full, opulent and luscious. It is a well-balanced wine, accessible and vigorous, elegant and powerful.

It's more more than drinkable now, but has the structure to age for a decade or more.

Les Tourelles De Longueville 2018


    Baby brother of Pichon Baron still packing a punch with all the big reds of Bordeaux


    Pauillac, Bordeaux, France


    Classic meat or game dishes or thick pasta sauces


    Sustainable viticulture | 13.5% abv | Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot

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