19 January 2022

very beautiful scores for the elegant 2019

chateau de ferrand 2019 bouteille

After the great 2018, 2019 becomes one of the great Bordeaux vintages. With optimal weather conditions throughout the year and an exceptional harvest quality, Château de Ferrand 2019 is the perfect expression of the property terroir and DNA. Made up of 73% of Merlot and 27% of Cabernet Franc, it’s a well-balanced wine marked by freshness, elegance and beautiful aromatic intensity. A futur great wine rewarded today with very good scores from international critics.

James Suckling: 95 PTS

« Very pretty plum, chocolate and hazelnut aromas follow through to a full body with polished yet chewy tannins and fantastic depth of fruit and structure. Powerful for this estate. Needs five to six years to soften. Try after 2026. »

James Suckling – December 2021

yves beck: 94 PTS

« Que de finesse dans ce bouquet qui met en valeur son expression fruitée, son terroir crayeux et son élevage. On retrouve le côté crayeux en bouche ou le vin dispose d’une bonne tension qui est de pair avec l’ampleur présente. Les tannins sont compacts, soyeux et atteignent leur amplitude tout en fin de bouche, ce qui est de bon augure pour les décennies à venir. Belle réussite… une fois de plus»

Yves Beck – November 2021


« Located in the commune of Saint-Hippolyte, Ferrand is an estate that has seen plenty of recent investment and is making increasingly impressive wines. This has poise and focus, managing to be both mouth-watering and creamy in texture. Fruits here are dominant red and summery – raspberry, loganberry, pinpoints of redcurrant, with white truffle and fennel alongside. »

Jane Anson, Inside Bordeaux – January 2022


« Inky dark purple core. Pure intense and glossy nose showing fine oak, toast, roasted coffee, cassis and crushed dark berries. The palate combines a dense fruitiness and concentration with a fresh backbone, layers of finely grained tannins, stylish and pure with a chalky freshness and a long vigorous finish. Still youthful but finely assembled and harmonious. »

Andreas Larsson, Tasted – November 2021