Wine Chateau Malescot St.Exupery AOC 3-em Grand Cru Classe, 2011
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Malescot St.Exupery AOC 3-em Grand Cru Classe, 2011
Wine dense ruby-purple color.
Sredneteloe wine with a juicy, delicious, generous taste, with sweet tannins and a long finish.
The wine has a fragrant bouquet that reveals notes of black raspberry, blueberry, black currant, and spring flowers.
The wine goes well with meat dishes, served with cheese.
Chateau Malescot St.Exupery made of four varieties of grapes grown on vines economy most adults whose age is not less than 35 years. The vineyards are located next door to the famous sites of Chateau Margaux, and this is important, because the local terroir is able to bring forth "compelling wines that combine elegance and authority taste" - Robert Parker.
The history of the estate Chateau Malescot St.Exupery starts with the XVII century, when they were still owned by the family Escousses, which at the end of the century to sell their property Maitre Simon MALESKI. The current name comes from the Château two previous owners, Simon MALESKI, royal advisor Bordeaux Parliament in 1697, and Count Jean Baptiste Saint-Exupery (owner from 1827 to 1853). Currently owned by the family winery Zuger from Switzerland. Vineyard area is about 23 hectares, the wines are very feminine and delicate. The farm produces the first wine called "Chateau Malescot St.Exupery" and the second - "La Dame de Malescot".