Wine "Pavillon Rouge" Du Chateau Margaux AOC, 2010
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Wine of deep ruby color.
The taste of wine is soft, supple and rounded, with a silky texture, perfect balance and super-fine tannins, with stunning, long, cool and dry finish.
The wine has rich aroma with notes of black fruit, dark berries, cedar and violets, with excellent notes of forest floor and the ground.
Wine perfectly combines with cold meats, roasted or braised red meats, escalope, cheeses.
Pavillon Rouge wine from Chateau Margaux is produced from selected grapes harvested from young vines with age from 10 to 15 years or more, which can produce fruit and tannic wine. As fermentation and aging of wine made in the traditional way in new French oak barrels and covers a total of 18 months. As a result, the light is born gorgeous Pavillon Rouge, which is due to the excellent structure and perfect balance can develop harmoniously for more than one decade. Due to the strict control over the quality of the grapes and the observance of all the details of production, Pavillon Rouge is the best of the second Grand Cru wines of Bordeaux.
"" Pavillon Rouge "in 2010 - is the greatest" Pavillon Rouge ", ever made. Balanced and elegant, with a remarkable depth. It's hard to believe that this is the second wine" - a famous wine critic James Suckling.
The grapes for wine making going from 23 September to 15 October. Excellent weather conditions in 2010 allowed the grapes to ripen perfectly, to achieve the perfect level of acidity and alcohol and a nice aroma. Never before wine "Pavillon Rouge" was not so close to the first wine farm Chateau Margaux. The depth and the appropriateness of the wine will be revealed for decades.
History of Chateau Margaux goes back to the XII century, although the building that can be seen today on the label Pavillon Rouge du Chateau Margaux, was built in the XIX century. Going from one owner to another noble, estate began to take shape today only at the end of the XVI century, when it acquired the family Lestonnak. It was under Pierre de Lestonnake from 1572 to 1582 in most of the land instead of Chateau crops were planted vineyards. Special attention should also figure Berlona manager, who at the beginning of the XVIII century insisted that the white and red grape varieties were planted and vinified separately, and the harvest was carried out in the afternoon, when the dew dries. He also paid great attention to the peculiarities of the terroir and knew him best sites. It was at the Chateau Berlone steel produced excellent wines that during a blind tasting of Bordeaux wines in 1855 were attributed to the upper class Premier Grand Cru Classe and scored 20 points out of 20 possible.
Today, Chateau Margaux among the top five producers of Bordeaux, a major role in this played its last owner - Andre Mentselopulos. It was during his 1977 to 1980, was restored manor itself, restructured vineyards, equipped with new underground cellars for wine storage, and most importantly - under the leadership of enologist Emile Peynaud was revived by the creation of a second Great wine Chateau Margaux - Pavillon Rouge and Pavillon Blanc .