Château Margaux

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Château Margaux 2010 Barrel sample Red (Margaux)

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98-100 Very concentrated wood and tannins. With 90 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, this is initially more tannic than many Château Margaux vintages. Then all the elegance and style of Margaux comes through, with acidity, spice and great ripeness. An outstanding wine.  — R.V.  (6/25/2011)
98
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Château Margaux 2010 Red (Margaux)

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A great wine that is just starting out. The high proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend gives the structured, black currant character. Dark chocolate and layers of wood are forward, revealing how young the wine is. And then the fruit, so rich and powerful, brings deliciousness to the firm, dense structure. Age for many years.  — R.V.  (5/1/2013)
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Château Margaux 2009 Red (Margaux)

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  1. $1900
A massive wine for Margaux, packed with tannins and ripe fruit. It has more Cabernet Sauvignon than usual, giving intense black currant flavors with enticing acidity balanced by the sweetness of the fruit. Ripe swathes of this opulent fruit are also elegant and structured.  — R.V.  (2/1/2012)
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Château Margaux 2005 Red (Margaux)

For a Château Margaux, this is an especially rich wine. The dense fruit, superripe but not overpowering, and the blackberry jam flavors show the richness of the year. There is wood alongside the juiciness and sweet tannins. Of course, it will age, but it’s so delicious to drink now.  — R.V.  (6/1/2008)
98
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Château Margaux 2005 Barrel sample Red (Margaux)

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97-99 Barrel sample. Year after year, Margaux makes great wine simply because of its vineyard. This year, with the high proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon, the wine has stunning, ripe tannins and very pure black currant flavors, but also a denseness from the ripeness of the fruit. It's a classic already, and is sure to age beautifully.  — R.V.  (6/20/2006)
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Château Margaux 2001 Red (Margaux)

  1. $300
“For me, this vintage is what makes Margaux special,” says Margaux winemaker Paul Pontallier. He is right: With its denseness, spice, flavors of black currants layered with dryness and fresh acidity, this is a huge and impressive wine that never forgets that it is Margaux. It is still young, and the dry tannic aftertaste, which lasts for many minutes, shows this.  — R.V.  (6/1/2005)
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Château Margaux 2008 Red (Margaux)

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Definite richness alongside classic elegance. It’s a stylish wine, the fruit integrated into a beautiful structure. It’s not all refinement, because there is also a weight to the black plum skin and dark berry character. A wine that will age over many decades.  — R.V.  (4/1/2011)
96
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Château Margaux 2009 Barrel sample Red (Margaux)

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95-97 Barrel sample. A beautiful wine, great elegance, delicacy and charm. The balance is perfect, with the freshest black currant character. At the center are dry tannins and solid texture.  — R.V.  (3/10/2011)
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