Prélude à Grand-Puy Ducasse has a deep ruby-navy color. Intense Aromas of juicy fruit with vanilla notes. On the palate, full and round, perfectly balanced wine with velvety tannins and a long aftertaste.
55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot
In the mid-17th century, Arnaud Ducasse bought a small house on the banks of the mouth of the Gironde River. Pierre Ducasse, a wine-growing lawyer, is the true founder of the vineyard. His son inherited a 60-hectare estate and then named it “Ducasse-Grand-Puy-Artigues-Arnaud”, two-thirds of which were planted with vines. Around 1820, he built an existing castle, and under the management of his son-in-law, Adrien Chauvet, in 1855, the estate took the name Artigues Arnaud. The company called Grand-Puy Ducasse was founded in 1932.