Chateau Petit Bocq is one of the new estates in the Medoc as it has only been around since 1971 when it was created by the Souquet family from a 2-hectare parcel of vines. The winery made its official debut with the extremely difficult 1972 vintage.
Petit-Bocq produces a classic style Bordeaux, that can be enjoyed for its fruity notes in his young years. Treat yourself, it's one of our best value for money wines!
St-Estephe 2018, Chateau Petit-Bocq
The violet rim gives lots of freshness to the colour. It's a good quality wine, a little more rustic in its tannic structure than some but with a lovely sense of bounce and life. There's a floral character that appears through the mid-palate, and bouncy redcurrant and raspberry fruits.
Drinking Window 2025 - 2036
48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 50% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot.