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Château Ramage La Batisse 2009

Haut-Medoc AOC Cru Bourgeois

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  • Seal of Approval, Japan Wine Challenge, 2012
  • 17/20, John Saker, 2017
  • Regional, La Coupe des Crus Bourgeois du Médoc, 2012
  • Silver, Les Citadelles du Vin, 2013
  • Bronze, Les Vinalies Nationales, 2013
  • Gold, Monde Selection, 2013
  • Silver, Austrian International Wine Challenge, 2012
  • 14/20, Bettane et Desseauve, 2012
  • Silver, Challenge of the Best French Wines for Asia, 2013
  • Silver, Challenge of the Best French Wines for the USA- Miami, 2013
  • Gold, China Wine & Spirits Awards (CWSA), 2013
  • Bronze, Concours des Grands Vins de France Mâcon, 2012
  • Silver, Concours General de Bordeaux, 2013
  • Gold, Concours National des Vignerons Independants, 2012
  • Silver, Decanter Asia Wine Awards, 2012
  • Bronze, Decanter World Wine Awards, 2012
  • Commended, International Wine Challenge, 2012
  • Silver, Premium Select Wine Challenge, 2012
  • Gold, Shanghai International Wine Challenge, 2012
  • 87pts, Tasted Journal, 2012
  • Gold, Mundus Vini, 2012

Rarely do you find mature, high quality Haut-Médoc at such an affordable price. Ramage La Batisse 2009 is outstanding – don’t hesitate to buy this cru bourgeois by the case to enjoy over the next decade. Velvety with evolved fruit and subtle oak.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Rounded and fine with polished tannins, nice complexity and length


Liquorice, cedar wood and blackcurrants

Château Ramage La Batisse 2009

More information

  • 13.5% ABV
  • 10.13 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 31 December, 2026

Given that this family owned estate lies just a short stroll from Châteaux Lafite and Mouton Rothschild, you might expect its wines to command hefty prices. Fortunately for us – and you – Château Ramage La Batisse lies just outside the Pauillac boundaries, making its bottle price far more attractive to the average wine lover. Georges Pauli – a winemaker of world renown – is consultant here and in 2009 was gifted a near-perfect vintage. Perhaps then it should be no surprise to learn this remarkable red added another five Golds to the family’s impressive trophy cabinet. With all the classic hallmarks of Haut-Médoc claret – cedar wood, cassis and liquorice complexity – it’s ripe, rounded and harmonious. Superb with game casserole or rare beef.

"Bordeaux 2009 – the greatest vintage Bordeaux has ever produced" Steven Spurrier
Decanter Magazine
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