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Côtes de Bordeaux - Francs, Prairie, Château Marsau - 2019

  • Provenance: Bordeaux
  • Appellation: Côtes de Francs
  • Domain: Marsau
  • Grape variety(ies): Merlot
  • On-call time: 7 years
  • Alcohol degree: 14%
Ruby-purple in colour with black highlights, it has a nose of pepper, blueberry and dried violet. On the palate, we are won over by its very fine grain, its fantastic drinkability and its juicy greediness, rare in Bordeaux. Both dense in tannins and "relaxed" in its structure, it is a delight at the table. A 100% anti-Bordeaux-bashing vintage, just in time for the good times. Guide Vert RVF : 90/100
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Viticulture

Silty-clay soils. To the west, a pine forest. To the south, a heather and gorse moor. 2019 is the 2nd year of conversion to Organic Agriculture

Oenology

Manual harvest on October 2, 2019. After a meticulous sorting, the vinification is temperature-controlled. Aged for 6 months in vats. Bottling on 26 June 2020.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Beef carpaccio - Small potato & spinach salad.

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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