Wine Chateau La Sirene de Giscours, Margaux AOC, 2003
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Reviews of purchase Chateau La Sirene de Giscours, Margaux AOC, 2003
The wine has a deep garnet color with purple tints.
Dense, powerful and at the same time elegant, elegant, velvety wine are abundant, but refined tannins, hints of clean fruit and a long finish with hints of chocolate.
Charming aroma of the wine represented diverse shades of smoke, cassis, truffles, underbrush, earth and dried herbs.
The wine is excellent in combination with hot meat dishes, meat delicacies, meats and cheeses.
After a year in high-quality French oak barrels, "Sirens de La Zhiskur" takes the complexity, being improved from month to month. It subtly combines the flavors of dark fruit and spice with wood tannins, achieving a perfect balance. Complicated procedure of blending is an important step in the production of this great wine and requires different skills from Master Blender and his team.
The first written mention of Chateau Zhiskur confirming the sale of real estate, dates back to 1330 and refers to the fortified castle. Records of wine at Chateau Zhiskur its origins in 1552, when the Senor de la Bastide sold it to Pierre de Orme. Until the French Revolution belonged to the family Chateau St. Syme, then it was confiscated, and then, in 1793, it bought two Americans from Boston - John Gray and Jonathan Davis.
After that, the estate was a few owners, but with the acquisition of property banker, Count de Pescatore in 1845, who in 1847 hired Pierre Skavinski to manage the estate for Chateau began the great era. Skavinski proved a great farmer. In 1860 he invented the plow, which now bears his name, he was a pioneer in the fight against mold. Skavinski also played a major role in the development of wine Chateau Zhiskur and they occupied prestigious positions in the rankings. Pierre led Skavinski estate for over 50 years, including the time when the owner of the Chateau was the family Kruse (this period is marked as one of the most successful in the history of the estate). Kruse family sold the estate in 1913. This was followed by a long and difficult years. In 1954 the estate was purchased by Nicolas Tari, a famous winemaker Algeria, which has restored and expanded the vineyards of Chateau, making the estate is very productive.
In 1995, Château Giscours was bought by Eric Albada Zhelzhersma. Thanks to the efforts of Eric, wine Chateau Zhiskur gained popularity and became one of the best Bordeaux wines. Today the vineyards are located in the Chateau three wineries zones appellasona Margo: Kantenak, Labard and Arzak. Features local soils can produce wines that have the softness and elegance. Manufacturing technology of wine Chateau Zhiskur made in accordance with the requirements of the International Organization for Standardization issued an au pair in January 2001, which guarantees their consistently high quality.