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2015 Margaux, Origine de Desmirail

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Bordeaux from the world-renowned terroir of Margaux, this second wine from an admired estate is beautifully structured, full of red plums and black cherries, with ripe raspberry on the finish.

  • 75cl
  • 13.50 %
  • France
  • Bordeaux
  • 2015
  • Red, Warm and Spicy

Food Matching: To match with duck fillet, mushroom risotto, cheese.

Vineyard: The outstanding quality of Margaux’s wines can be explained by both the unique microclimate created by its position between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gironde estuary, and the exceptional terroir. Approximately 2.5 million years ago, at the beginning of the quaternary era, various rivers carried gravel to the region and it is this gravel that is key to the successfull cultivation of exceptional vines. The gravel stones store the sun’s heat, and then radiate it back into the soil, helping to guard against frosts and encourage sugars to be produced by the vine ; it also regulates the vines' water supply. At the property, these pebbles create an ideal terroir for growing Cabernet Sauvignon, which accounts for 70% of the vines, with the rest of the plantings being made up of Merlot (29%) and Petit Verdot (1%). These grape varieties are grown using sustainable and environmentally friendly techniques on an area of about forty hectares with minimum use of pesticides. The soil is worked in various traditional ways (ploughing into mounds around the base of the vines in the winter, returning of the soil into space between the vines in the spring, etc.) and treatments are adapted to the weather conditions. ␉

Vinification: After manual harvesting, the grapes from different parcels are vinified separately. Pumping over and maceration depend on the tasting of each tank. Blending is done at the end of winter. Then the wine is matured in oak barrels and bottled after 10 to 12 months.

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SKU: ALC036B
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