We have a few cases in excellent condition from Chateau Beauregard, and while they may not be a well-known address, the wines here are lovely, and this is a fantastic example from the 1985 vintage. Chateau Beauregard, situated in the Pomerol appellation of Bordeaux, stands as a testament to a rich viticultural legacy. Established in the 17th century, the estate boasts a single vineyard spread across 17 hectares, primarily planted with Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes. The winemaking style at Chateau Beauregard is characterized by a commitment to traditional techniques, with a focus on achieving a harmonious expression of the terroir. Over the years, the estate has undergone several ownership changes, each contributing to its evolution. Today, Chateau Beauregard stands as a notable player in the Bordeaux wine scene, producing wines that reflect both the heritage of the region and the meticulous craftsmanship of its winemakers. 1985, as we have said before, is a fantastic vintage for Pomerol, showing the more elegant side of the appellation, and is Chateau Beauregard's best example during the 80s. These bottles are in great condition (pictured above), and it is another fantastic buy for back vintage Bordeaux that is ready to drink and requires no extra cellar time. This is a very underrated buy for Bordeaux, with consistent scores on CellarTracker. This is one to enjoy over the next few years, and at this pricing, it is a fantastic deal.