Chateau Doisy Daene
The name doisy-daëne was inspired by an owner in the late 1800’s, jacques emmanuel daëne. Daene took the vineyards name of doisy and used his name to come up what he considered to be the correct representation on the chateau, doisy daene. In 1875, j.J.E. Daëne’s three sons inherited the bordeaux wine estate. Later that same year, they sold a portion of doisy daene to the dubroca brothers. Starting in 1878, doisy daene was sold again and again and again. Finally in 1924, georges dubourdieu purchased doisy daene from deban’s heirs. Today, this estate is managed by the noted wine consultant, denis dubourdieu. Denis consults numerous bordeaux wine estates in the medoc and the right bank on the production of their red and white wines.
- Viscous green plum, green almond, quince, pineapple, fig and pear notes blend together on the nose. The long, toasted almond and ginger-filled finish has terrific depth. Scored 95-98 from Wine Spectator ... Learn More