Following the classification of the estate in 1953, for both red and white, Château Olivier’s vineyards have seen considerable work and investment in the last few years, resulting in more concentrated wines.
Small yields lead to a rich opulent wine with the palate displaying incredible notes of cassis, redcurrants and hints of green pepper and spice. Finished off with glorious elegance, character and refined tannins. Enjoy now or in the next 10 years. – DWM, February 2016
French red wine from Pessac Leognan in Bordeaux France, made with Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.