Château Haut Brion with a long history, it was founded by Jean Pontac in 1593. In the seventeenth century, Arnaud III de Pontac, the fourth-generation owner of the Pontac family, used many modern brewing methods to make the wine taste better and better. The wine stunned the whole UK and became the first top Bordeaux winery to become famous.
Chateau Haut-Brion with 46-hectare vineyard, which has some of the deepest gravel soils of the Pessac-Leognan estate. The warmer temperatures here allow the grapes to reach full maturity quickly, so wineries are often the first to start harvesting in the entire Bordeaux region.
Chateau Haut-Brion has a higher proportion of Merlot and tastes round and delicious. Compared with other Medoc First Growths, Chateau Haut-Brion may not have the elegance of other First Growths, but it is relatively smoky and mature. The fruity, rich and sweet personality still fascinates many aficionados. The first impression of its wines is that of subtle aromas, but with each subsequent shake of the glass, there is always a new aroma that is discovered. Complex and rich aroma. The special terroir of the manor imprints its own special aroma on the wine. At the beginning of the tasting, it is found that the aroma is also subtle, but with fine, soft tannins. In the mouth, you can feel the strong wine power of this wine, and the final finish is amazingly long-lasting.
Château Haut-Brion 2015 colour is very deep with attractive red highlights. The first impression on the nose is of ripe fruit. Swirling in the glass shows the bouquet’s intensity and complexity. 2015 Clarence is tasty and full-bodied from the very first, going on to show refined, tight-knit tannin. The wine leaves an impression of freshness and plenty of volume, but without heaviness.