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Château Ausone 1952


Saint-Emilion appellation.

First growth Bordeaux, ranked A.

Prestigious castle.

Great vintage.

Rare wine.

From the famous Maison Vandermeulen-Decannière.

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Vintage (year) 1952
Color Red
Capacity (cl) 75
Level Mid shoulder to high shoulder
State label Very slightly stained
Capsule state Perfect
Note (/100) ct 91/100
Designation Saint-Émilion
Castle / Estate / House Château Ausone

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The 1952 Château Ausone is a Bordeaux red wine from the famous Saint-Émilion appellation.

Considered as one of the oldest Crus from this region, Château Ausone spreads over 7 ha of vines composed of 45% Merlot and 55% Cabernet franc.

Very rare and highly-prized among lovers and collectors of great wines, Château Ausone is a First Growth Bordeaux on the same level as the famous Château Cheval-Blanc, Pavie and Angélus.

From Maison Vandermeulen-Decannière in Ostende, famous for their selection and bottling quality, this rare bottle was perfectly preserved in a private cellar with perfect preservation conditions, owned by a belgian politician.

Powerful, rich and aromatic wines, the Château d'Ausone's wines have an exceptionally good ageing potential, like this ancient 1952 Château d’Ausone from Maison Vandermeulen-Decannière.

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