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List of products by brand Bernard Magrez

Bernard Magrez, born 1936, is a French wine magnate who predominantly owns Bordeaux wine estates, including Château La Tour CarnetChâteau Pape Clément, Château Fombrauge and Clos Haut-Peyraguey but also a large number of wine producing properties in other French wine regions and other countries, including Spain, Portugal, ChileArgentina, Japan, Morocco and California. In 2017 it was confirmed that Magrez had bought Château Le Sartre in Bordeaux's Pessac-Léognan.[1]

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Chateau Fombrauge Grand Cru 2015

VINIFICATION

Hand harvested in small crates. Sorting on table before and after destemming. Casked into oak vats by gravity. Maceration prior to fermentation. Manual hand-plunging. Run-off into French-oak barrels, 50% of which are new.

COMMENTARY

Sight: Ruby red, with luster and clarity. Smell: Expressive nose of regular complexity, primary notes of red fruits, blackcurrants and cherry. Taste: Appealing, supple and light. The palate is characteristic of its balance: acidity and almost total absence of tannins enhance the impression of roundness. Attractive, elegant and fresh finish.

77% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon et 14% Cabernet Franc.

Price £57.99

Chateau haut Peyraguey Sauternes 2014

Vinification

Temperature controlled settling. Alcoholic fermentation in oak barrels (new or one year-old). Racking on a regular basis.

Commentary

Sight: Attractive, intense, radiant gold, with golden, with slight honey hints.

Smell: Intense, complex nose. The seductive candied honey and orange notes emerge first, then secondary aromas of almond, apricot and vanilla appear.

Taste: Smooth, impressively dense flavor, with notes of orange and apricot. Beautiful enduring length. The essence of the grape. This wine is an example of the excellence of Sauternes wines: powerful, structured and elegant, with notes of fruits and intense flowers, with great aging possibilities.

Price £69.99

Chateau haut Peyraguey Sauternes 2015

Vinification

Temperature controlled settling. Alcoholic fermentation in oak barrels (new or one year-old). Racking on a regular basis.

Commentary

Sight: Attractive, intense, radiant gold, with golden, with slight honey hints.

Smell: Intense, complex nose. The seductive candied honey and orange notes emerge first, then secondary aromas of almond, apricot and vanilla appear.

Taste: Smooth, impressively dense flavor, with notes of orange and apricot. Beautiful enduring length. The essence of the grape. This wine is an example of the excellence of Sauternes wines: powerful, structured and elegant, with notes of fruits and intense flowers, with great aging possibilities.

Price £59.99

Chateau Les Grands Chenes 2014

Grand Vin de Bordeaux

Medoc.

Aged for 16 Months.

Located in Saint-Christoly du Medoc, a town that was once famous for its port of international importance, Chateau Les Grands Chenes gives wine that is simultaneously structured and smooth. It is the best expression of the Garonne river gravels.

Regular price £39.99 -£5.00 Price £34.99
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Chateau La Tour Carnet Haut Medoc 2013

The nose reveals aromas of red and black berries (strawberry, raspberry, blackberry), floral notes (violet, rose), mocha and roasted coffee, Ample and fleshy on the palate, this wine develops a frame soft and silky tannins, very finely supported by aromas of ripe fruit and subtle oak notes (toast, gingerbread, dark chocolate, vanilla).

Price £54.98

Chateau Magrez - Fombrauge Blanc 2014

Vinification

Harvest in small crates. Sorting in the vineyard. Slow direct pressing with a pneumatic press. Cold settling for 24 hours. Cold stabilization for 5 days. Part of the alcoholic fermentation in an egg-shaped tank, the other part in new oak barrels at 16-20° C for about 15 days. Aging on fine lees for 8-10 months with stirring of the lees once or twice a week. No filtration until bottling.

Commentary

Full-bodied, full-flavored power. A floral nose with toasted notes and a slight bitterness.

Price £49.99

Chateau Pape Clement 2015

First sorting in the vineyard, manual harvest in crates. Manual destemming berry by berry and use of a sorting table. Transfer into 30-70 hl wooden vats by gravity flow. Low temperature pre-fermentation maceration. Manual punching down. 30-40 day maceration. The wine is run off into French oak barrels by gravity flow. Malolactic fermentation in oak barrels. Aging for 18 months in oak barrels.

Commentary:

Sight: A wine of good density ruby red, with brown, mahogany, biscuit hints. It has maintained its luster and clarity. The rim is fairly thick. The tears are fine, clear, abundant and regular. Smell: At once expressive, forthright and complex. There are notes of all families of fragrance: fruit, flowers, and spices.

Taste:

The attack is forthright, round and suave, soothing even. The intense aromas initially recall the complexity of the nose. There is leather and lightly charred wood, and roasted notes. The beauty of the vintage is revealed by its elegance rather than its full-flavor. The wine has an attractive aromatic range with a finish of remarkable elegance.

Price £194.99

Servitude Volontaire 2015

Expressive, full-flavored and dense. Surprising range of red fruits, with great finesse without being jam-like.

100% Merlot.

The grapes are hand-picked into small crates. They are then manually destemmed and put uncrushed into small wooden vats by gravity flow. Pre-fermentation maceration is followed by manual punching down of the cap. The wine is run off directly via gravity into new French oak barrels for malolactic fermentation and ageing. Yield: 25-30 hectolitres per hectare.

Price £59.99

Servitude Volontaire 2013

Expressive, full-flavored and dense. Surprising range of red fruits, with great finesse without being jam-like.

100% Merlot.

The grapes are hand-picked into small crates. They are then manually destemmed and put uncrushed into small wooden vats by gravity flow. Pre-fermentation maceration is followed by manual punching down of the cap. The wine is run off directly via gravity into new French oak barrels for malolactic fermentation and ageing. Yield: 25-30 hectolitres per hectare.

Price £69.99

Chateau Pape Clement 2014

Grand Cru Classe De Graves

50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc

Vinification:

First sorting in the vineyard, manual harvest in crates. Manual destemming berry by berry and use of a sorting table. Transfer into 30-70 hl wooden vats by gravity flow. Low temperature pre-fermentation maceration. Manual punching down. 30-40 day maceration. The wine is run off into French oak barrels by gravity flow. Malolactic fermentation in oak barrels. Aging for 18 months in oak barrels.

Commentary:

Sight: A wine of good density ruby red, with brown, mahogany, biscuit hints. It has maintained its luster and clarity. The rim is fairly thick. The tears are fine, clear, abundant and regular. Smell: At once expressive, forthright and complex. There are notes of all families of fragrance: fruit, flowers, and spices.

Taste:

The attack is forthright, round and suave, soothing even. The intense aromas initially recall the complexity of the nose. There is leather and lightly charred wood, and roasted notes. The beauty of the vintage is revealed by its elegance rather than its full-flavor. The wine has an attractive aromatic range with a finish of remarkable elegance.

Price £244.99

Pearl des Muraires

Cote de Provence.

Located in the heart of the Provence region, Le Chateau des Muraires is producing an exceptional cuvee with “Pearl des Muraires”. This great rose wine is a wonderful blend. Pearl des Muraires is one of the greatest rose from France enjoyed in the best restaurants of the world.

Regular price £41.99 -£6.00 Price £35.99
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Chateau Pape Clement 2015 6 Liter

First sorting in the vineyard, manual harvest in crates. Manual destemming berry by berry and use of a sorting table. Transfer into 30-70 hl wooden vats by gravity flow. Low temperature pre-fermentation maceration. Manual punching down. 30-40 day maceration. The wine is run off into French oak barrels by gravity flow. Malolactic fermentation in oak barrels. Aging for 18 months in oak barrels.

Commentary:

Sight: A wine of good density ruby red, with brown, mahogany, biscuit hints. It has maintained its luster and clarity. The rim is fairly thick. The tears are fine, clear, abundant and regular. Smell: At once expressive, forthright and complex. There are notes of all families of fragrance: fruit, flowers, and spices.

Taste:

The attack is forthright, round and suave, soothing even. The intense aromas initially recall the complexity of the nose. There is leather and lightly charred wood, and roasted notes. The beauty of the vintage is revealed by its elegance rather than its full-flavor. The wine has an attractive aromatic range with a finish of remarkable elegance.

Price £1,999.99
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