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88 points

Château Beauregard-Ducourt 2011 Bordeaux-style White Blend (Entre-Deux-Mers)

This is a youthful, mineral-driven Sauvignon Blanc, with gooseberry and herb notes. The texture is still young and tight, and it needs a few more months to open generously, yet it’s already showing an attractive, refreshing fruitiness.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2013
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Château Beauregard-Ducourt 2008 Red (Bordeaux)

With good density and some richness, here is a wine that offers fruit as well as structure. The spice, black fruits and dry tannins hang well together, the acidity showing through to underline the ripe fruit.

 — R.V.   Published 12/15/2010
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84 points

Château Beauregard-Ducourt 2011 Red (Bordeaux Rosé)

Bright and fresh, with a red fruit flavor and a touch of caramel, this is dry, fragrant and very fruity, leaving a fine swathe of acidity on the finish.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2013
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Château Beauregard-Ducourt 2010 Red (Bordeaux)

In this hard-edged wine, structure precludes the fruit from surfacing. There is a black currant element, but the tannins are likely to always dominate this firm, austere selection.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2013
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Château Beauregard-Ducourt 2010 Rosé (Bordeaux Rosé)

Light, fresh, raspberry-flavored wine, with a hint of spice and great lines of acidity. The wine is fruity, delicious.

 — R.V.   Published 11/1/2011