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2002 Château Beau Séjour Bécot, St Emilion

2002 Château Beau Séjour Bécot, St Emilion

Red  |  Still  |  13% ABV


Today the BSB vineyard amounts to 20 hectares, but it has had a chequered history. Once part of the larger Beau-Séjour estate succession led to it being divided between two children. One married a M Duffau-Lagarosse and that surname was duly appended to that estate. The other half was purchased in 1924 by Doctor Jean Fagouet, becoming Beau-Séjour-Fagouet. Michel Becot, whose family had lived in the area since the 18th century, bought up bits and pieces of BSF to add to his owned property, Château La Carte, eventually changing its name to BSB. This year (2018) Michel Rolland retires from consulting at BSB after many years, with Thomas Duclos chosen as his successor.

(PLEASE NOTE: This is a part case - six bottles remaining from a case of 12)

Case of 6 Bottles
price shown is under bond
duty paid price: £501.62
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Wine Details
Wine Details
AppellationAppellation: St Emilion
Old or New WorldOld/New World: Old World
CountryCountry: France
RegionRegion: Bordeaux
ColourColour: Red
StyleStyle: Still
ABV% ABV: 13%
Drink DatesDrink Dates: 2007-2023
MaturityMaturity: Ready to Drink
SweetnessSweetness: 1
Tasting Notes
Tasting Notes

"As you would expect, it has a more straight-laced, less flattering bouquet compared to the 2001 with a mixture of red and black fruit suffused with scents of cured meat and sage. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, a little shallow on the mid-palate but pretty in its unashamed simplicity. Like many 2002s, it is not a flamboyant wine and it loses some complexity towards the no-frills finish, but at least it has lasted the course and it should give several more years of drinking pleasure. Tasted at the château." Neal Martin

Sweetness Explained
Sweetness Explained


All our wines are given a Sweetness Indicator from 1 to 5, with 1 being the driest and 5 being the sweetest.
This can be found for every wine under the Wine Details tab. 

Most red wines are dry and therefore are indicated with a 1. The sweetness becomes more relevant with white wines, sparkling wines and pudding/dessert wines such as Sauternes and Tokaji.


Location Explained
Location Explained


AVAILABLE: Currently lying in our storage at London City Bond Dinton Woods 
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TO ARRIVE: Currently lying abroad or in transit 
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Pricing Information
Pricing Information


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Additional Information

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