Duc des Nauves 2019

Synopsis, Our Opinion: An OUTSTANDING VALUE Bordeaux wine.

Producer/Winery: Jean-Pierre and son Pascal Amoreau; Château Le Puy; Saint Cibard, France.

Grape Variety: Red Bordeaux Blend – 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Geographic Appellation, Region, Country: Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux; Bordeaux, France.

Vintage: 2019

Price: $27.00

Purchased From: Kogod Wine Merchant; Encinitas, California.

Paired With: Venison meatloaf with Madeira sauce, mashed potatoes and beets.


    Opened two hours before drinking. Opaque, inky garnet/purple color with a lighter purple rim. Strong damp earth, cedar sawdust, and dark fruit aromas with whiffs of sweet pipe tobacco and bay leaves. Powerful and rich mouthfeel, medium to full body and a 60-grit texture. Concentrated plum, blackberry and current flavors with just a touch of vanilla. Medium acidity, fine-grained tannins with a dry, delightful mix of fruit and herbs in the finish. Very well balanced, an abundance of flavors and a finish that’s out of this world. A wonderful mix of rich fruit and earth that became addictive after a few sips. We loved it with the venison and found that a little goes a long way…we had almost a half bottle left to sip after the meal. At this price point it’s an OUTSTANDING VALUE Bordeaux wine.

    Working in the Château Le Puy vineyard
    Photo from SIYPS

Comments: Learn more about Château Le Puy and their wines.

Alcohol Content: 13.5%

Closure: Foil covered 50mm natural cork.

UPC Code: 8 11644 01194 5

Imported by: Rosenthal Wine Merchant; New York, New York.

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