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Château Margaux was the first Bordeaux vintage to appear in a Christie's catalogue in March 1776. Taken over from the Ginestet family in 1977 by André Mentzelopoulos, it is his daughter Corinne who runs the estate. The terroir is composed of clay-limestone soil and gravel from the quaternary period. The vineyard of nearly 82 hectares covers the entire north-eastern part of the village of Margaux. The average age is 30 years. The planting density is 10,000 vines per hectare.
The second wine of Château Margaux appeared in the 19th century and took its definitive name, Pavillon Rouge du Château Margaux, in 1908. The grapes are hand-picked and carefully sorted before vinification. Fermentation takes place in temperature-controlled oak vats and lasts 3 weeks. The wine is aged for 18 to 24 months in new oak barrels.
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