Calon Segur 1983
Chateau Calon Segur
When I first tasted this wine in spring 1984, it was surprisingly soft, with grapey flavors, a hot, alcoholic finish, a rather fragile framework. Later in the year, it was ripe and flavorful, but low in acidity, and again, alcoholic. In style, color, and texture, it reminded me of a 1976. Revealing considerable amber and rust to its color, this fully mature, loosely structured, rather weedy wine should be drunk up. Anticipated maturity: Now. Last tasted, 11/94.
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Last Update October 2015
Chateau Calon Segur
Chateau Calon Segur is a top rated wine production estate located in the Saint Estephe appellation, in Bordeaux, France. According to the official Bordeaux Wine Classification of 1855, Calon Segur holds the status of Third Growth. Among all the wineries in the Medoc region, Chateau Calon Segur is situated at the northernmost border.
Calon Segur was one of the three original vineyards in the Saint Estephe area; later on it was acquired by Nicolas-Alexandre, Marquis de Segur – owner of Chateau Latour and Chateau Lafite. By his own accounts, the Marquis stated that “his heart was with Calon”; as a result the label of this prestigious fine wine displays a heart around the chateau’s name.
Reportedly, the ownership of Calon Segur was sold to a group of French investors, for a fee in the region of €200 million in July 2012. It had previously been managed by the Capbern-Gasqueton family since 1894.
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