'Blaye was an important river port in Roman times, and played a role in the Hundred Years War. Today, the Citadel of Blaye is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This region is by far the largest of the five in the appellation. It's also the source of great accessible reds, driven by fresh, fruity-forward notes. With great prices, the wines are ready to drink after three to four years.' (Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast, March 20, 2018)
Château Le Cap 2018
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