Margaux

The wines tend to show more perfume and roundness than neighbour St-Julien, Pauillac, and St-Estèphe, whilst retaining a certain structure and concentration. Margaux is the most southerly and most extensive of the famous Médoc communes, a patchwork of vineyards with lesser parcels classed purely as Haut-Médoc. A myriad of soil mixtures can be found, clay, limestone, and gravel. Though quality is not always consistent here, the potential is great as more Margaux properties were included in the 1855 classification of the Médoc and Graves than any other appellation.

The two leading lights are the highly sought after Châteaux Margaux and Palmer, though there are several other solid performers including Brane-Cantenac, Rauzan-Ségla, Durfort-Vivens, Lascombes, Giscours, Ferrières, Malescot St Exupery and Luc Thienpont’s new boutique vineyard, Clos des Quatre Vents.

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2014
 
2x75cl
1
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£35.00 ib
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3x75cl
1
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£52.50 ib
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6x75cl
10
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£105.00 ib
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2017
 
6x75cl
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£110.00 ep
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12x75cl
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£220.00 ep
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1985
 
12x75cl
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£5,400.00 ib
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12x75cl
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4
£5,426.78 dp
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1993
 
12x75cl
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£3,900.00 ib
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12x75cl
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11
£3,926.78 dp
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1999
 
12x75cl
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£1,900.00 dp
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1
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£1,900.00 ib
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2015
 
6x75cl
4
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£915.00 ib
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6x75cl
2
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£925.00 ib
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6x75cl
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£965.00 ib
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