Rare vintage wine of the year 1935
Vintage wines of 1935 from the most famous wineries of Bordeaux and Burgundy, Piedmont and Tuscany.
The ability of a wine to age is influenced by factors like wine region and the quality of soils, the grape variety and the winemaking.
The condition that the wine is kept in after bottling, the cellaring of the wine is very important too.
Only few wines are capable of aging well. Only the best wines from valuable vineyards have a high aging potential.
The vineyards of the classified chateau of Bordeaux, the Grand Cru Classés, have deep gravel soils with an excellent drainage.
Here the aristocratic grape varities Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot found ideal conditions. Their vines are 30-70 years old!
In Piedmont the small single vineyards of the best Barolos and Barbarescos planted with Nebbiolo belong to the privileged wine regions which create classical long-living red wines.
Nebbiolo wines require years of aging to balance the tannins with other characteristics.
The year 1935, today of course offers only a small selection of wines.
All the wines of 1935 have optimal level, color, label and cork. The bottles are stored in ideal temperature and controlled conditions.
Our wines are stored on our own stock at Antik Wein and are ready for immediate shipment.
You can select and order here your vintage wine of the year 1935.
With every old vintage wine of the year 1935 you get a certificate: this certificate guarantees the authenticity, origin and quality of this wine of 1935.
Furthermore guarantees that this bottle was filled in the year 1935 and since then capsule, cork and label were never replaced.
All the wines offered are from the indicated year of 1935. The vintage year 1935 of the wine is clearly visible on the original wine-label.
Estates in Bordeaux are generally classified according to the quality of the producer. On the Left Bank in the Medoc wine region, the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855 is the starting point for classification and includes most of the Left Bank estates as well as Sauternes and Château Haut-Brion of Graves. Estates which were not classified in that listing may be also classified under the Cru Bourgeois label.
In 1953, the rest of the Graves was classified. In 1954, a separate classification of Saint Emilion wine was set up for this Right Bank region.
While wine making styles vary, a general rule of thumb is that the Left Bank is predominately more Cabernet Sauvignon based with the Right Bank more Merlot based. The Graves area produced both red wine and white wine from the Sauvignon blanc and Sémillon grapes. The area of Sauternes and Barsac are more known for the botrytized dessert wines.
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