£20.24/ 0.75 L btl
Château Marsau 2016
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Château Marsau was hailed by Robert Parker as 'the Petrus of the Côtes de Francs' and today it's an irrefutable reference point among the wines of the small appellations on the right bank in Bordeaux. Château Marsau is an excellent wine from the Côtes de Francs, a single varietal Merlot, rich in aromas of coffee and black cherries, a dense wine which is very pure, medium-bodied but meaty, that proves most seductive due to its maturity and silkiness.
- Ageing period:12 months
- Barrel age:New and semi-new
- Type of wood:French oak
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Grandissimo Merlot. Può rivaleggiare con i più grandi. Ricco polposo e traboccante di frutto.
One landscape, one wine. This is the philosophy of Anne-Laurence Chadronnier, the winemaker at the helm of Château Marsau. An estate of over 13 hectares in the AOC Francs-Côte-de-Bordeaux, along the clayey "rive droite" that is the undisputed Merlot kingdom. What Robert Parker considers to be the "Petrus of the Côtes-de-Francs" is therefore today a winery run by women. A winemaker, following in the footsteps of her uncle Jean-Ma...