Shrewd Bordeaux collectors have long seen the value to be had in the so-called “second wines” from top-tier châteaux. Le Jardin de...
Shrewd Bordeaux collectors have long seen the value to be had in the so-called “second wines” from top-tier châteaux. Le Jardin de Petit-Village is a perfect second wine, offering a generous taste of the house style at the esteemed Château Petit-Village without quite the price tag. It’s a dark inky colour, almost black, and has an intoxicatingly crisp fruit nose. Round, elegant and harmonious in the mouth with a silky Merlot grip and serious length.
Great Pomerol is probably Bordeaux’s headiest, most sensual and hedonistic red. Treat it accordingly when it comes to the dining table - Go all out and pair this with a fatty slice of foie grasor pork belly.
The rarest and most expensive Bordeaux wines come from Pomerol. Château Petit-Village is a stone’s throw from the Pomerol plateau, home to various no-name estates such as Petrus and Lafleur. It’s not a bad neighbourhood, all told. The charming Petit-Village and its ultra-modern winery belong to AXA Millésimes, owners of other top-tier châteaux like Pichon Baron and Suduiraut, as well as the legendary Quinta do Noval.