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Chateau Figeac, Saint-Emilion

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TripAdvisor
  • Only Chateaux that uses one third merlot, one third cab-sav and one third cab-franc. Largest Chateaux in St Emilion. Call ahead for a visit and be prepared for great experience and education. Test que...  more »
  • The visit to the castle is very interesting and our guide very well explained the history of the place and the manufacturing process of this excellent vintage that is the Chateau Figeac. Tasting of two wines (a single Chateau Figeac however), and unfortunately the sale to the castle is not really scheduled...
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  • A lovely winery with a beautiful chateau. We loved hearing about how long the winery had been in the existing family and how the wine is made. The guide was very knowledgeable but had a little difficu...  more »
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  • I picked the grapes "and stopped on to make the wine all done by hand. 30 years ago.
  • #98 Wine of Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines: Chateau Figeac, St. Emilion 2012, 93 points, $81.
  • As in my case, and I'm sorry for Olivier, I must say that it is one of the three French wines that I like more. I have taken several bottles of various vintages, and it has always seemed to me an exceptional wine. I visit the area in October and is the only Winery that I have real interest in knowing and comprehensively...
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  • I received as a gift a bottle châteu figeac Saint-Emillion (grand cru) 2012... we found it undrinkable... pungent as not allowed! I do not know how some people like that kind of pinard? We, we love fruity wine, not wine that we give acidities of estomac.desolee to tell you, but your vinegar, I jobs it for my sauces, and more. YUCK
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