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CHATEAU MALESCASSE
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2008 - 75 cl

AOC Haut-Médoc

Bordeaux

Blend : 51% Merlot, 42% Cabernet Sauvignon and 7% Petit Verdot.The nose is intense, deep. Aromas of liquorice, blueberry and spices little by little give way to notes resulting from ageing. These aromas masterfully contribute to the complexity, without ever stifling the passion of the fruit. This fresh and intense aromatic character is revisited on the palate.The structure, marked in particular by the perfectly mature Carbernet Suavignon, develops power and smoothness. Remarkably tightm the tannins are long and drawn out. The fresh and rapid finish bears the signature of the great terroirs of Médoc.

13,80 €


I.e. 82,80 € for 6 btles

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Colour

Colour

Red

cultivation

cultivation

Conventional

vintage

vintage

2008

degree of alcohol

degree of alcohol

14.00%

Appellation

Appellation

AOC Haut-Médoc

Volume

Volume

75 cl

Grape variety (varieties)

Grape variety (varieties)

  • 6% Cabernet Franc
  • 43% Merlot
  • 48% Cabernet-Sauvignon
  • 3% Petit Verdot
tasting

tasting

13-15°

Storage

Storage

Between 3 and 5 years

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CHATEAU MALESCASSE

33460 Lamarque - Bordeaux

The Château Malescasse estate was created in the upper parts of the village of Lamarque in 1824 by the Renouil family, who developed it and built the Château. The Pineguy family bought the property in 1887 and planted the best vines on gravel soils, located on the most beautiful hilltops of the commune. The renovation of the installations have allowed them to produce a quality wine that is worth the Cru Bourgeois Supérieur classification obtained in 1932. In 2012, Philippe Austruy acquired the Château Malescasse with the desire to produce excellent wines and the ambition to attain the quality of the best Haut-Médoc appellation.

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