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Château Marsau, Côtes de Bordeaux Francs (magnum) - 2014

The resulting wine has a bright nose of strawberry and violet, with hints of graphite. It enters the palate with a smooth, elegant structure, then continues in a dynamic and juicy way with nuances of pepper and spices. One can only praise the refinement of its texture, which is the hallmark of great, timeless and digestible Bordeaux. Already accessible, it will nevertheless age wonderfully for ten years or more. A real favourite. Don't forget the magnums! RVF Green Guide: 91/100
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Viticulture

The Marsau vines cover 13 hectares on one of the highest points of the appellation, with a clay-limestone terroir with a high clay content that is perfectly suited to Merlot. Today the soils are no longer worked and the Domaine is in organic conversion.

Oenology

After manual harvesting and careful sorting, the vinification process is temperature-controlled. The wine is then aged in French oak barrels and other containers of various sizes and materials.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Rack of veal with morels - Braised chuck of beef - Roast duck with citrus fruits.

Domain

À quelques kilomètres à l’est de St-Emilion, non loin du village de Francs, face au pays de Montaigne, les vignes de Marsau occupent l’un des points sommitaux de l’appellation. Dans cet écrin à la biodiversité préservée, sur des pentes regardant le midi, les vignes plongent leurs racines dans des sols argileux idéalement adaptés au merlot. Mais ici, ce cépage se comporte un peu différemment des autres parties du vignoble bordelais, car ses baies demeurent très petites, bleutées, riches en pruine, un peu comme des cabernets. Elles donnent naissance à un vin d’une finesse transcendante, magnifié par les mains précautionneuses et expertes d’Anne-Laurence et Mathieu Chadronnier, ses "parents".

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