Château Meyney stands just half a kilometre from Château Montrose and a few hundred metres from the Gironde. Visiting here, you feel quite far north in the Médoc (although names like Phélan-Ségur and Calon-Ségur are even higher).
Being so close to the estuary gives protection from frost and a three metre vein of blue clay (the same as is found at Petrus) runs through the subsoil, just a couple of metres below the surface. This, and the winemaking style of Hubert de Bouard ex-Château Angélus, which favours intensity and power, contribute to the pleasurable jolt we experience each time we taste recent vintages. At just £240 per dozen, as usual Meyney is one of the great buys of the vintage.
Bordeaux En Primeur, Landing in spring 2023
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2020 / 2 cases / 75cl
£240 per case of 12