Château Bibian

Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend

8.826 ratings
8.73 pro ratings
Haut-Médoc, Médoc, Bordeaux, France
Red Bordeaux Blend
Chili & Hot Spicy, Potato, White Rice, Mushrooms, Pasta, Pork, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Lamb, Tomato-Based, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Beef, Hard Cheese, Venison
Top Notes For
Andrew Holod

National Sales Grapes of Spain

8.7

Good, solid Haut Medoc. Deep purple color. Aromas composed of plums, purple fruits with undefined of all/gravel and just a hint of violet/floral and herbal notes. Only moderately structured, but should be good for 3-5 years plus.

Good, solid Haut Medoc. Deep purple color. Aromas composed of plums, purple fruits with undefined of all/gravel and just a hint of violet/floral and herbal notes. Only moderately structured, but should be good for 3-5 years plus.

1 person found it helpfulMay 18th, 2015
Tom Casagrande

This has already thrown a lot of sediment. Decanting necessary. This wine seems like a hybrid of Bordeaux and Northern California Cabernet, but actually in a good way. Deep nose of ripe cassis and dark chocolate. Ripe and youthful in the mouth. Cassis, baker's chocolate, and a brambly underbrush note. Very Alexander Valley. Rich but bone dry. Decent acids and loads of soft tannin. This will age nicely for a few years.

This has already thrown a lot of sediment. Decanting necessary. This wine seems like a hybrid of Bordeaux and Northern California Cabernet, but actually in a good way. Deep nose of ripe cassis and dark chocolate. Ripe and youthful in the mouth. Cassis, baker's chocolate, and a brambly underbrush note. Very Alexander Valley. Rich but bone dry. Decent acids and loads of soft tannin. This will age nicely for a few years.

Oct 6th, 2015
Michael B

50% cab sav and 50% merlot, from a Crus Bourgeois in Bordeaux. It starts off with plums, dark berries and quickly transitions to earth notes, good tannins and acidity. Problem is that the taste drops off too quickly and becomes a bit flat. It’s an enjoyable wine but for the price point you can find much better.

50% cab sav and 50% merlot, from a Crus Bourgeois in Bordeaux. It starts off with plums, dark berries and quickly transitions to earth notes, good tannins and acidity. Problem is that the taste drops off too quickly and becomes a bit flat. It’s an enjoyable wine but for the price point you can find much better.

Aug 14th, 2018
Stacy Lynn

Perfect!

Perfect!

Apr 17th, 2016
Giacomo Giunipero

Great value Bordeaux. Needs 2+ hours of air. Blueberry, plum, and dark chocolate.

Great value Bordeaux. Needs 2+ hours of air. Blueberry, plum, and dark chocolate.

Oct 31st, 2015
Dennis Vawter

Plum, violets, truffle, cedar, leather, soft medium tannins, medium acid, balanced.

Plum, violets, truffle, cedar, leather, soft medium tannins, medium acid, balanced.

Oct 28th, 2015
Kyle Volluz

A good choice for the price point.

A good choice for the price point.

Aug 7th, 2015
Mark Wilson

Bordeaux Very smooth. Around $25. Redneck wines. Would buy again.

Bordeaux Very smooth. Around $25. Redneck wines. Would buy again.

Jun 28th, 2014
Ryan Wofford

Ryan had this 3 years ago

Ryan had this 3 years ago

Jun 17th, 2018
Phil Green

Phil had this 6 years ago

Phil had this 6 years ago

Jan 28th, 2015