A fifth growth Pauillac that long held a reputation for undervalued quality Claret. Over the last 20 years this reputation has shifted with the wine becoming more sought after thanks to an increase in the wines complexity and elegance. However, whilst some argue it is no longer undervalued, it is still good value and the price reflects the market in general.
Heavy on the Cabernet Sauvignon the blend usually produces a wine with succulent fruit, a strong tannic core and a good dose of new oak.
The second wine, Lions de Batailley, is a similar blend but more fruit forward thanks to the increased percentage of Merlot.
Please allow around 2 weeks for delivery of this wine.
Overseas deliveries can take longer.
For transfers under bond or to recover VAT on export, please contact us at [email protected]
2011 was a good vintage in Pauillac
2011 was an average vintage in Bordeaux
Other vintages of Chateau Batailley
1993 (in Magnum): £135
1994 (in Magnum): £135
2000 (in Magnum): £180
2008 (in Magnum): £150
2014 (in Magnum): £130
2015 (in Magnum): £135
2016 (in Magnum): £165
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