1998 CHÂTEAU HAUT BRION ROUGE «1st Growth Grand Cru Classé»


1998 CHÂTEAU HAUT BRION ROUGE «1st Growth Grand Cru Classé»

17,520,000 ₫

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Full colour. Fragrant, classy nose. Not a blockbuster but very lovely fruit. Composed, pure and intense. On the palate this is rich and fruity. very classy and long. Very fine plus.


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Product Description

Name Château Haut Brion
Vintage 1998
Type Rouge/ Red
Appellation Pessac Léognan
Classification 1er cru classé / First growth
Grape Varieties 55% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc
Format 750ml
Alcohol 13.0%
Vineyard 48 Hectares
Average Age of Vines
Production 10,000 – 12,000 cases
Ageing 18 to 22 months in 80% new wood

Additional Information




Cabernet Sauvignon, Other



Price per bottle

Over 10.000.000đ

1 review for 1998 CHÂTEAU HAUT BRION ROUGE «1st Growth Grand Cru Classé»

  1. Deep crimson still. Although there is trademark Haut Brion underneath there is already beguiling tertiary perfume on top. There’s a richness underneath. Warm and spicy and very charming. Acidity is noticeable. A lovely bouquet already. Dry finish – quite a bit of tannin still – one will hope that the fruit outlives the tannin… the first wine where I have wondered about this. The nose seems to be galloping ahead of the tannins, but on past performance it should be fine.

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HAUT BRION 1998 Premier Cru Classé of Pessac-Léognan 95 If I look at the level of the score and that of the price, then this wine is the star of the fourth term amongst the first classed growths of Bordeaux. Tasted three times (twice blind) since June from the cellars of private individuals, I always gave it the same score. It is still a very young wine, as is shown by its still red colour and its still withdrawn nose. In the mouth, its qualities demand respect. It combines density and strength to a refined, sappy texture. Full in the middle, it ends extremely flavourful, floral, liquorice, fruity and supple. I suggest that you wait until 2010 before drinking it. I foresee long cellaring until 2030. It can be found today for 200¤ a bottle before tax.