Mille Roses 2013 - Margaux
Overall condition: Perfect
Château Mille Roses 2013 - Margaux
Mille Roses, a pretty and very poetic name for a Margaux, an appellation appreciated for its great finesse and elegance.
Château Mille Roses was born in 1999 after the young owner inherited the Château and the vineyard land from his parents who died prematurely.
Why Thousand Roses? Quite simply to recall the roses cultivated by his mother, for all the roses at the end of the Médoc vines and for the richness and aromatic finesse of the wines that the owner wishes to produce.
The estate now has 10 hectares, and their organic conversion dates from the 2010 vintage.
Due to bad weather, the 2013 harvest was minimal with only 15,000 bottles produced. Yet Mille Roses was able to make the most of this thankless vintage, thanks to their organic production method which allowed them to reach sufficient maturity quite early and to the very selective sorting of the manual harvest to keep only the best.
At the tasting, the robe is garnet, the wine brilliant.
On the nose, notes of marshmallow, toast and vegetal.
The woodiness dominates in the mouth with aromas of caramel and vanilla.
- 75 cl
- Grape(s) variety
- 60% Cabernet Sauvignon - 40% Merlot
- Red wine
- % alc.
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