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This wine has a fairly intense purple color. On the nose, it reveals a beautiful expression of the fruit with a dominance of blackberry aroma and a lightly toasted side. It is balanced with a fine body, a dense and suave substance. The supple and soft tannins make it as a gourmet wine.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Appellation||Moulis en Medoc|
|Grapes||Merlot 47% Cabernet Sauvignon 28% Cabernet Franc 18% Petit Verdot 7%|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Situated in Moulis-en-Médoc this property dates back to 1457 when the first proprietor was Jean de Foix Grailly. The Château was re-built in 1853 as it stands today. The property is some 220ha with 51ha under vines.
The property was bought on 4th August 2011 by Lilian and Michel Barton Sartorius the owners of Châteaux Léoville and Langoa Barton in Saint Julien. Following completion of her studies in Dijon their daughter Melanie return to help with the new project in 2013 and alongside cellar master Bruno Petit set about improving the vineyards. Melanie's brother, Damien, is also envolved with the sales and marketing of the properties wines.
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