Wine Chateau du Tertre, Margaux AOC Grand Cru, 2010
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Reviews of purchase Chateau du Tertre, Margaux AOC Grand Cru, 2010
Wine expressive purple-ruby color.
Superbly balanced wine that has silky tannins in a harmonious fruit flavors and a long, unforgettably pleasant aftertaste.
Elegant wine aromatic range abounds in shades of black currant, violet, licorice, wild plums, strawberries, white chocolate and vanilla, complemented by nuances of white pepper and truffle.
Wine is recommended to submit to the dishes of meat and game.
Wine "Chateau du Temp" - a powerful, rich, aged in oak barrels - is a good example of a traditional Bordeaux. The vines grow on drained gravelly soils. Vineyard area of 52 hectares. The farm practice traditional methods of cultivation: the removal of leaves, vines and thinning plowing. "Chateau du Tertre" sustained from 15 to 18 months in new oak barrels from central France. At the top of the wine labels emblem of the Château, in the center of the label you can see the stylized image of the castle surrounded by vineyards.
"Chateau du Tertre 2010 - rounded, generous, mature," - Robert Parker (90/100, February 2013).
Chateau du Tertre (Chateau du Tertre) is located in the southwestern part of appellasona Margot, on a large gravel plateau, the height above sea level which is 20 meters. Although officially the estate was founded in the XVIII century, it has a much longer history and was once owned by the family of d'Arsac - one of the oldest families of the Médoc, whose name is mentioned in documents in 1143. Later it belonged to an influential Château Marquis de Segur, who owned Château Lafite, Latour and Kalon-Segur. The revival of the economy can be considered in 1997, when the estate bought a Dutch businessman Eric Albada Jelgersma (Eric Albada Yelgersma) - the owner located in the neighborhood of Chateau Giscours (Chateau Zhiskur). Eric has reconstructed itself estate and winery. The combined efforts of the new owner and oenologist economy significantly improved the quality of wine estates, to give them greater complexity and sophistication.