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Château Nairac


The early history of Chateau Nairac is imprecise, but the origins of the vineyard seem to lie in part of the estate of André Duranceau, a wealthy Bordeaux accountant. There are today 17 hectares of vines in the Barsac appellation, mostly adjacent to the chateau, planted on a gravel and limestone soil. Semillon dominates, accounting for 90% of the vineyard, with 6% Sauvignon Blanc and 4% Muscadelle. Once finished, the wine may see up to 30 months barrel age before bottling. The resulting grand vin is Chateau Nairac. The style of Nairac is undoubtedly a rich one, but it still has the fresh and vibrant acidity that characterises Barsac, but despite this there is also plenty of structure and oak-imbued character, sometimes a little heady, luscious viscosity.


Terroir Gravel limestone soil
Harvest By hand
Ageing 100% new oak barrels
Length of ageing 30 months

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