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Philippe Christian, sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in great wines and rare vintages. He pays particular attention to the selection of “Bordeaux Margaux Wines” in order to offer you the best quality/price ratio.

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Lascombes 1990 Martgaux 75CL

Château Lascombes 1990 Margaux 75CL

2nd Cru Classe Margaux Red

Description of the wine

The qualitative explosion of recent years at Lascombes reaches its peak with this sumptuous 2005 vintage. A suave wine of remarkable intensity that concentrates all the nobility of the great Margaux. There is no doubt that we will now have to reckon with this château, which affirms its rank among the best second classified growths!
Details Domain
Classified as a second growth in 1855, Chateau Lascombes, located in the Margaux appellation, owes its name to its first owner, Chevalier Antoine de Lascombes, born in 1625. At the end of the 1952th century, Jean-François de Lascombes became attached thanks to his fortune to make Lascombes a very great wine. Alexis Lichine took over the estate in 2001. He completely restructured Château Lascombes and renovated the wine-growing facilities, thus giving a second wind to this grand cru. Château Lasbombes has been owned by the American group Colony Capital since April XNUMX. The new team has made every effort to improve the quality of this second growth while respecting the tradition stemming from a history and a glorious past.
Owner
Colony Capital
winemaking
The harvest is done entirely by hand. Vinification takes place in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats - Malolactic fermentation in barrels for the Merlots. The aging takes place over 18 months in new oak barrels (60%) - fining with egg white.
Terroir
Deep Quaternary bass
Area
84 hectares
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(1)
85,00 €
Brane cantenac 1998 Margaux 75cl

Chateau BRANE CANTENAC 1998
2nd Cru Classé Margaux red

Grapes  74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot

Slightly damaged label

Château Brane-Cantenac stands at the heart of the Margaux appellation.
Renowned for its wines of remarkable elegance and finesse, this 75-hectare property is an emblem of quality and excellence in the world of fine wines.
Since Henri Lurton took the helm in 1992, he has been committed to the mission of producing the best possible wine,
strengthen Brane's position as a second classified growth in 1855.




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118,00 €
Kirwan Charms 2019 75cl
Charmes de Kirwan 2019 Margaux 75cl

Grapes: 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc

Château Kirwan's second wine, Les Charmes de Kirwan, was introduced to the market in 1993. Designed as Château Kirwan's "little brother", it is generally made from grapes from the youngest vines and less mature plots. rich in gravel but more sandy. Vinification is carried out in such a way as to favor fruitiness and suppleness, thus offering the possibility of earlier consumption.

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33,80 €
Rauzan segla 2020 75cl
Castle RAUZAN SEGLA 2020 2th Classified Growth Margaux

Grapes:  Cabernet Sauvignon 54%, Merlot 41%, Cabernet Franc 1%, Petit Verdot 4%

Details Domain
Mr. Pierre des Mesures de Rauzan bought the estate in 1661 and gave it his name. It remained in the family until 1866, adding the name of Baroness de Ségla, a descendant of Pierre de Rauzan. They maintained an excellent reputation until it was ravaged by phylloxera (a Hemiptera insect that gnaws the roots, stem and leaf of the vine) in the 1860s. During the 1855 classification, Rausan-Ségla an all the same right away was considered the best vintage after the first ones. Frédéric Cruse bought the estate in 1901 and invested a lot there, especially for the vines which never really recovered from phylloxera. The Cruse family separated from the château in 1957 and many owners succeeded each other. In 1994, the Chanel group acquired the estate. The Wertheimer family,

Owner
Chanel under the direction of John Kolasa.

winemaking
The harvest is manual. Fermentation and maceration take place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks and last about 3 weeks depending on the vintage. Aging takes place in new oak barrels (65%) for 20 months.
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112,00 €
MARGAUX 2005 75CL

Château Margaux 2005
1er Grand Cru classified Margaux Red 
Grapes 75% Cabernet Sauvignon 20% Merlot 5% Petit Verdot
Second Wine Red Pavilion of Château Margaux

Comments
The spectacular success of the Margaux appellation in this vintage remains in part an enigma, which illustrates how our knowledge of success factors is still limited… It seems that the stormy rains in August were less abundant in the region of Margaux than in the other regions of Bordeaux. Château Margaux 1983 is a very great wine, which some tasters find better than the 1982 vintage. Since their birth, we have followed this pair of vintages with curiosity and gluttony without passing a final judgment on their respective quality; over time, one tasted better than the other and then the other way around… Today, the 1983 is certainly one of the most classic Margaux of the last twenty years; the bouquet has developed well, it has become rich, complex, ripe. The impression on the palate remains very powerful with still firm tannins but without harshness. We can start drinking it, but its potential for growth and improvement is still very important. (Castle notes, October 2008)
Details Domain
Since the XNUMXth century, Margaux has shone without rival in the south of the Médoc thanks to a magnificent terroir formed by a very thick layer of siliceous gravel. Château Margaux was the property of King Edward III of England, in the middle of the XNUMXth century it belonged to Monsieur de Fumel, military commander of Bordeaux, who worked hard for its reputation. Over the generations, over the centuries, the skill of some, the innovations of others, gradually make Chateau Margaux wine a wine of excellence, in particular thanks to the talent and progress made by Berlon, manager at the very beginning. from the XNUMXth century. It was in fact he who had the idea of ​​separating the white grapes from the red grapes for winemaking. He knew the land very well and knew how to exploit it. He is at the origin with his men, of the creation of a true art and a know-how.
Owner
Corinne Mentzelopoulos
winemaking
Fermentation in temperature-controlled oak vats. Aging in new oak barrels lasts 18 to 24 months. Collage with egg whites.
Terroir
Graves on clay-limestone subsoil.
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(1)
880,00 €
Margaux 1999 75 cl

Château Margaux 1999

1er Grand Cru classified Margaux Red 
Grapes 75% Cabernet Sauvignon 20% Merlot 5% Petit Verdot
Second Wine Red Pavilion of Château Margaux

Château Margaux has always been one of the greatest estates in the Médoc. The only Premier Grand Cru Classé in the commune of Margaux, it remains one of the most evocative names of the Bordeaux vineyards. The long-lasting wines produced there are fragrant, elegant and renowned for combining finesse and power. We find deep aromas of blackcurrant and blackberry with which, after a few years, more evolved scents of tobacco and cedar are mixed. The name Margaux transcends its wine and evokes supreme refinement, we are talking here about one of the symbols of French culture... History of the Château Château Margaux has indisputably reigned over the south of Haut Médoc since the 17th century. The first “claret” found in the famous Christie's auction house, it was also first in class during the 1855 classification when it obtained, in addition to its title of Premier Grand Cru Classé, the perfect score of 20/20. Focused on excellence from its first steps, Château Margaux overcame crises (wars, phylloxera) thanks to significant investments from its owners, in turn fascinated by the infinite potential of this terroir.

The Ginestet family, already owner of Cos d'Estournel and Clos Fourtet, acquired the estate in 1949, but the oil crisis and its repercussions on the Bordeaux wine market forced them to sell the estate to André Mentzelopoulos in 1977.

Restructuring of the vineyard, plot selection, aging in new oak barrels are some of the projects he is undertaking, but the results of which he will unfortunately not see. After his death in 1980, his daughter Corinne Mentzelopoulos took over the reins of Château Margaux. The spectacular momentum brought by André Mentzelopoulos restored Margaux to its former glory, while an unparalleled event caused the price of Bordeaux to explode: the 1982 vintage.

Since the 1980s Margaux has been at the top of the wine world and each year continues to offer us exceptional wines such as the 2009 and 2010 vintages which leave oenophiles dreaming...
Paul Pontallier, who was director of Château Margaux for more than 30 years before leaving us suddenly in 2016, confided his astonishment for the fantastic 2009 vintage: “I had never tasted a wine like the 2009. This success is a mystery. , it is so pure that it seems religious. »
Corinne Mentzelopoulos, supported by the advice of Bordeaux oenologist Jacques Boissenot, propels Château Margaux towards “more Margalese” wines where sensitivity and harmony take precedence over concentration and richness.

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575,00 €
THE LADY OF MALESCOT 2016 75 CL

THE LADY OF MALESCOT 2016

This is the second wine from Château MALESCOT SAINT EXUPERY 3rd Cru Classé Margaux.
This wine takes advantage of the know-how of great wine for its elaboration.
This margaux remains very elegant, its tannins are very supple and the mouth very aromatic.

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39,95 €
Brane cantenac 2018 75cl

Chateau BRANE CANTENAC 2018
2nd Cru Classé Margaux red

Grapes  74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot

Château Brane-Cantenac stands at the heart of the Margaux appellation.
Renowned for its wines of remarkable elegance and finesse, this 75-hectare property is an emblem of quality and excellence in the world of fine wines.
Since Henri Lurton took the helm in 1992, he has been committed to the mission of producing the best possible wine,
strengthen Brane's position as a second classified growth in 1855.




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88,00 €
LASCOMBES 1981 75CL

CHATEAU LASCOMBES 1981 75CL

2nd Cru Classe Margaux Red

Label stained.

Description of the wine
The qualitative explosion of recent years at Lascombes reaches its peak with this sumptuous 2005 vintage. A suave wine of remarkable intensity that concentrates all the nobility of the great Margaux. There is no doubt that we will now have to reckon with this château, which affirms its rank among the best second classified growths!
Details Domain
Classified as a second growth in 1855, Chateau Lascombes, located in the Margaux appellation, owes its name to its first owner, Chevalier Antoine de Lascombes, born in 1625. At the end of the 1952th century, Jean-François de Lascombes became attached thanks to his fortune to make Lascombes a very great wine. Alexis Lichine took over the estate in 2001. He completely restructured Château Lascombes and renovated the wine-growing facilities, thus giving a second wind to this grand cru. Château Lasbombes has been owned by the American group Colony Capital since April XNUMX. The new team has made every effort to improve the quality of this second growth while respecting the tradition stemming from a history and a glorious past.
Owner
Colony Capital
winemaking
The harvest is done entirely by hand. Vinification takes place in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats - Malolactic fermentation in barrels for the Merlots. The aging takes place over 18 months in new oak barrels (60%) - fining with egg white.
Terroir
Deep Quaternary bass
Area
84 hectares
In stock
(1)
98,00 €
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