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B de Biac 2015

Get to know: B de Biac 2015

Tasting Note

If Chateau Biac is their symphony, then B de Biac is their Chamber Orchestra: a blend borne from the same plots as Château Biac but with a view to being drunk more readily. Fruity and fresh, it is a good companion for a dinner party. The nose is very pure, unctuous, with graceful red fruits. The palate is fruit forward and full bodied with blackcurrant, dark chocolate, tobacco and savoury herbs. At first, very smooth and generous on silky and round tannins. This wine is already well balanced: young and harmonious. The finale is perfect smoothness.

Try this with a Traditional Lebanese Artichoke Stew with Rice, Roast Duck with Wild Mushrooms or simply with a Spaghetti Bolognese

Kate Says

"This Chateau was highly recommended to us by a trusted source and we've since absolutely fallen for the lovely Lebanese family who owns it. Their wines are modern takes on that classic savoury style of Bordeaux and this is ready to enjoy now so make an excuse to invite friends over and treat yourself."

Producer Info

Château Biac has a unique setting overlooking a meander of the Garonne River and the plain of the Graves, and was built in 1755 by the daughter of the Baron of Langoiran using stones from the nearby quarry surrounded by woods.

Tony, Youmna, Yasmina, Gabriel and Antonia are the Lebanese family who took over the estate in 2006 and have made a determined commitment to perpetuate the Biac legacy of excellence. They hope to ensure that Château Biac remains one of the finest properties of the region at the center of Bordeaux’s history of fine wines.

From 2006 to 2014, important changes were made to the vineyard after deep analysis of its soil by agricultural consultant Gilles Rey, revealed its extraodinary diversity on a mere 9.7 hectares. Biac can now be likened to “Burgundy in Bordeaux”: a cluster of small domains each with its own, well defined soil type and matching grape variety, root stock or clone.

Patrick Leon oversees the making of their red wines. Each vintage dictates how how our “terroir” has fared that year and the blend is altered accordingly. 

68 % Merlot, 23% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot

France, Bordeaux





Full Bodied