2015 Chateau Cissac, Cru Grand Bourgeois, Haut Medoc (12 x Bottle)

France Bordeaux Haut-Medoc

Deep coloured with a nose of cooked fruits and fine oak. The palate is quite generous, with cassis and cedar notes, some dried tobacco and fine tannins.

This item is out of stock.
This item is out of stock.

2015 Chateau Cissac, Cru Grand Bourgeois, Haut Medoc (12 x Bottle)

Deep coloured with a nose of cooked fruits and fine oak. The palate is quite generous, with cassis and cedar notes, some dried tobacco and fine tannins.

France Bordeaux Haut-Medoc
Producer Chateau Cissac
Sub-Region Haut-Medoc
Region Bordeaux
Country France
Grape Variety Bordeaux Blend
Vintage 2015
Colour Red
ABV 14.00%
Style Medium, Dry

Free delivery on orders over £100 to mainland UK addresses. More information on delivery and collection options can be found here.

Wines and spirits purchased from Jeroboams can be stored in our temperature-controlled warehouse. To find out more information about cellaring, please visit our Storage page

Vinous

The 2015 Cissac is a blend of 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot cropped at 36Hl/Ha. It has a clean and fresh bouquet – lifted blackberry and wild hedgerow aromas, well integrated new oak and gaining intensity in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp acidity, quite fresh and detailed with a classic, graphite-tinged second half that begs you back for another sip. This replicates its satisfying performance at last year s Cru Bourgeois tasting. Tasted at the Oenoconseil tasting room in Bordeaux.

90 Points / Drinking 2020 - 2030

By Neal Martin / March 2018

Robert Parker Wine Advocate

Tasted at the Cru Bourgeois annual tasting, the 2015 Cissac (which curiously I did not taste during en primeur) has a well-defined bouquet with lifted blackberry and undergrowth notes. I would have preferred more intensity but it is charming and precise. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, quite edgy in style with crisp tannins and vivid black, cedar-infused fruit toward the finish. Enjoy this Cissac over the next decade. Tasted September 2017.

90 Points / Drinking 2018 - 2030

By Neal Martin / October 2017