Chateau Camus Graves Rouge
Vignobles Larriaut
France - Bordeaux - Graves

A dark purple color, this wine exhibits some delicate oak aromas, well-integrated with notes of red fruits and spices. The mouthfeel is fresh and fruity, with soft and elegant tannins. The wine is ready to drink but can also be aged for a few years to develop some secondary aromas with truffles and mushroom components.

Wine Type
50% Merlot and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon
Age of vines
25 years old
Agricultural Practices
Soil type
Gravel topsoil on calcareous subsoil
3 weeks of vinification with temperature control (set at 26°C / 79°F). 50% of this wine is aged 12 months in French oak barrels with regular racking, while the other 50% remains in stainless steel tanks. Wine was slightly filtered before bottling to ensure stability.
1,500 (9-liter cases)

Red meat, poultry, and cheese

Reviews and News

2018 Chateau Camus Graves Rouge - 88 PTS - WE

2018 Chateau Camus Graves Rouge - 88 PTS - WE

 wine enthusiast 88 pts"The tannins are dense and richly concentrated in this blackberry-flavored, structured wine. It is obviously very young, showing its wood aging as well as succulent fruits and acidity. The wine will take its time, so drink from 2022. - Roger VOSS"

- Wine Enthusiast (April 2021), 88 pts


Producer Information: Vignobles Larriaut

The estate has been operated by the Larriaut family since 1890, and Château Camus itself since 1923. Today, it is run by Joris Larriaut who represents the 4th generation.

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