Chateau Le Bon Pasteur 1986
The Pomerol appellation encompasses a multitude of micro-terroirs. What makes Château Le Bon Pasteur, with a total surface area of 6.7 hectares, so unusual is that it is located on the border between two world-famous regions: Pomerol and Saint-Emilion. As opposed to the great châteaux of the Médoc, the vineyard is not in a single block, but spread out over 21 plots. This patchwork of terroirs accounts for the wine’s considerable complexity, deep colour and delicate bouquet, as well as a softness typical of Pomerol and a generous, powerful side reminiscent of Saint-Emilion.
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Chateau Le Bon Pasteur 1986.Quite intense fruit, with typical dusty black fruit merlot aromas. A slight mineral quality. The palate is rounded and fruity. Bin soiled. Bordeaux vintage wines. Bordeaux vintage wines