Order the old vintages of Margaux

Discover the best Margaux wines that combine power and elegance, silky tannins and sensual textures. Flavours of ripe black fruits, truffle, tobacco, blackcurrant and violet are the signature of the wines of this appellation. Find here all the Grands Crus Classés de Margaux in the finest vintages. Immediate shipping and fast delivery. Special packaging in wine bottles for optimal protection of your grands crus.

  • What are the particularities of Margaux wines?

Margaux is a French red wine produced in the communes of Margaux, Cantenac, Soussans, Labarde and Arsac. It is the southernmost appellation of the Médoc, and one of the most prestigious. The commonly accepted image is that of feminine, silky wines. The Margaux vineyard is the largest of the communal appellations of the Médoc, covering more than 1500 hectares. The Margaux appellation is also the one with the largest number of Grands Crus Classés (1855 classification): There are 21 of them, including a Premier Grand Cru classé: Château Margaux. The two celebrities of the Margaux AOC are the Château Margaux and the Château Palmer but other Margaux Cru Classés produce wines of very high quality: Rauzan-Segla, Brane Cantenac, Issan, Lascombes, Giscours, etc ... You will also find superb unclassified Margaux wines but producing wines of very good value for money, such as the château Labegorce, Château Bel-Air Marquis d'Aligre or the château Siran.

  • How do you taste a Margaux?

The taste, character and style of Margaux wine are very varied due to its massive size and the diversity of its soils. Not being the most concentrated, powerful or tannic wines of Bordeaux, they can be the most elegant, sensual, refined and fragrant. With scents of flowers, especially violets and lilacs, the wines also offer at maturity: truffle, cigar box, earth, cherry, plum and tobacco aromas. While the levels of concentration, maturity, and depth vary considerably, depending on the terroir and the winemaker's desire, the tannins can display unparalleled levels of elegance. However, don't let this sweetness fool you into thinking that these wines don't age well. The best Margaux wines can age gracefully for several decades. An old vintage can be enjoyed without a decanter, but only with the cork opened and the bottle left to rest in the open air for a minimum of one hour.


Best vintages of Margaux wines

The best vintages of Margaux are 2016, 2015, 2010, 2009, 2005, 2000, 1996, 1990, 1989, 1986, 1982, 1975, 1970, 1961, 1959, 1947, 1945.

Some mythical bottles of the Margaux appellation :

Château Margaux 1990, Château Palmer 2015, Château Margaux 2000

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158 produits
Château Dauzac 2016
Red2016 Bordeaux Margaux
93/100 Wine SpectatorWS
Regular price 54

32 in stock

Château Siran
Red2015 Bordeaux Margaux
92/100 Wine SpectatorWS
92-94/100 Robert ParkerRP

11 in stock

Château Margaux 2003
Red2003 Bordeaux Margaux
95/100 Wine SpectatorWS
98/100 Robert ParkerRP

9 in stock