Margaux Wine Offers

The most southern of the Haut- Medoc communes, and the one with the lightest, most gravelly soil – the wines can be sublimely elegant, refined, and the most fragrant of all in Bordeaux, and hold as their own the Premier Cru , world famous Chateau Margaux. However this is also a region, which has chateaux and estates that rest on their laurels, and need to upgrade their quality, rather than rely on the simple fact of the 1855 classification, to command their often over-inflated prices.

About & History

Margaux is the largest of the Haut-Medoc communes, and unlike the other main ones, the land is not uniquely bound to the proximity and boundaries of the individual estates, but rather the laws and appellations apply, very strictly, to various plots and parcels in the commune, dispersed, but owned by each relevant Chateau. This leads to a slightly greater variation in terroir, and focuses even more on the skill of the cellarmasters to create their magic in the winery.

Once again, with Cabernet Sauvignon, the star, growing superbly on the hard, gravelly soil, it creates the lightest and most fragrant of the Haut-Medoc styles of wine.

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Margaux Wine Prices

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Château Margaux 1986 Margaux , 1er Cru Classé
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M de Marquis de Terme Margaux
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Chateau Deyrem Valentin Margaux
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Moulin D'Angludet Margaux
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Chateau Giscours Margaux 2006
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Chateau Durfort Vivens Margaux 2009
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Per item: £45.80
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Pavillon rouge  - second wine of
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Chateau margaux  - 1er cru classe
Case price from: £1,015.40
Per item: £1,015.40
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