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The clay and siliceous soil combined with the predominance of merlot grape gives wine which are full-bodied, soft, with a remarkable quality for aging.
Raspberry-pink colour with intense nose of pomegranate and red fruits. Supple, round and full-bodied, delivering aromas of fruit drops, an aromatic range that is typical of the Bordeaux region, and a particularly refreshing finish.
Dark, full and intense, it has the ‘fat’ fruit extract and present but integrated oak of recent years as well as firm but fine tannins and a freshness that gives it balance. Consistent in style and quality and very good for the vintage.
Concentrated colour and flavour, fruity but with multiple levels of structure, integrated oak flavours and ripe smooth tannins.
Ruby tints color. Interesting olfactory intensity. Light cooked nose of mature and a little spicy fruits. Supple attack with a good evolution. Quite present tannins. Length and persistance in mouth.
An exotic red and blackberry fruits with hints of vanilla, spice and pepper on the nose. Remarkably well balanced on the palate with black currant and blackberry combined with rich, powerful and supple tannins.
The almost-black color offers stunning proof of the wine’s youth, and its certain ability to age for several years more. Still, its well-controlled power that is both solid and elegant makes it a marvelous match with a roast chicken or a cheese soufflé. Decanting before serving will bring out the
A bright ruby-red colour. An extremely expressive, rich nose with raspberry and morello cherry notes and a touch of vanilla. A smooth attack evolves to offer roundness, finesse and wonderful freshness. The wine demonstrates excellent balance and a tannic structure typical of Margaux.
Medium-bodied wine, ripe, muscular with steeped dark plum and blackberry fruit mingling with licorice and warm pain d’épices notes.
Has a very refined and delineated bouquet with blackberry, crushed stone and light mint aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, a little raw at the moment but it will mesh together. There is a fine spiciness/white pepper note on the finish. What an outstanding second wine. Offering sweet,
Marquis de Mons is the second wine of the Château La Tour de Mons. It comes from the same terroir and is vinified with as much as the Grand Vin, and the blend is similar. It uses the younger vines of the estate. Marquis de Mons’ wine style tends towards the research of
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Sexy, powerful wine with superb nose that is expressive and bursting with fruits. Straightforward in the mouth, with firm yet elegant tannins and long, dense backbone with very nice volume and freshness.