Château La Grave à Pomerol 1986 Trigant De Boisset
Another Pomerol appellation estate and winery owned by Christian Moueix (of Château Petrus). The estate was formely known as Trigant De Boisset, but Moueix changed the name to Château La Grave in 1986 in recognition of the gravely soils (as those in the Grave appellation) which gave the estate its distinctive character.
The wines of Château La Grave à Pomerol are a blend of Merlot (typically about 85%) and Cabernet Franc. 1986 was another good year for Bordeaux red wines, with some of the best still offering further ageing potential.
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