Chateau Margaux Winery, Margaux (France) -


Historical company that became famous as a wine producer in the second half of the 1500s. From the twelfth century until today the company has had a tumultuous path where several owners have succeeded over time but today the property has returned to the family Mentzelopoulos, with Corinne who replaced his father André who died in 1980.
Anyone who cares about wine has surely heard of Chateau Margaux, a wine of great class, exceptional, with unquestionable and unforgettable charm.
The property destined to the vine-growing extends over almost 90 hectares, of which 75% are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% of Merlot, 5% of between Cabernet Franc, while 12 hectares were destined to sauvignon blanc, those dedicated to the creation of the Pavillon Blanc de Chateau Margaux,
With an annual production of about 350,000/400,000 bottles of which about 150 thousand of Château Margaux.


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