Chateau Haut-Bailly

Renowned as one of the world’s most elegant wines, the character of Château Haut-Bailly is a series of unlikely paradoxes. It is as complex as it is balanced: deliberate and discrete, powerful and gentle, immediate and timeless. Each vintage is unique and true to itself just as each vintage is consistent and true to the unquestionable character of Haut-Bailly.

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Haut-Bailly.II | La Parde Haut-Bailly

La Parde Haut-Bailly, first produced in 1967, has been renamed to Haut-Bailly.II from the 2018 vintage. It is a true “Second Wine” and among the first of its kind. Created from grapes grown upon the same soils, sorted with the same care and vinified with the same expertise as the Grand Vin, it conveys the pleasure and characteristic refinement of Haut-Bailly. Its expressions require less time to fully reveal themselves, allowing it to be enjoyed sooner.

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Chateau Le Pape

Château Le Pape adds breadth to Haut-Bailly’s offering. While clearly distinct, the property's close proximity and Pessac-Léognan pedigree make for a natural synergy between the two estates; a synergy that has grown stronger since Haut-Bailly's team took over management in 2012. A high proportion of Merlot explains Le Pape’s fresh expressiveness, indulgent smoothness and charm.

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HB | Pessac-Léognan

Our third wine known as “Pessac-Léognan” since 1987 is rejuvenated from the 2018 vintage after 30 years of success. The initials of the property are highlighted in a more concise format. HB originates from the estate’s youngest vines. A brief stint of barrel ageing provides a little more structure and softness, while retaining a wine that is enjoyable after a couple of years in bottle.

Rose de Haut-Bailly

Since 2004, Château Haut-Bailly has produced a ‘rosé de saignée’ when conditions have allowed. A few hours after maceration begins, pale pink juice is drawn out of vats housing our Cabernet Sauvignon, naturally increasing the concentration of the red wine. This rosé is fermented at low temperatures to bring out seductive, expressive fruit and floral aromas.

ROSE was produced in vintages: 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014.