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Château Marsau - Château Marsau - 2011 - red
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The wine Château Marsau is a red wine produced in the Bordeaux region in France, by Château Marsau. This 2011 vintage comes from the Bordeaux-Côtes-de-Francs appellation. It is sold on TWIL at €15.80 per bottle of 75cl, from the minimum of 1 bottle(s). Its ideal tasting temperature is 15°. Its producer, Château Marsau, produces 35 wine(s) available for purchase.

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Product details
  • Appellation

    Bordeaux-Côtes-de-Francs

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  • Keeps

    12 years

  • Service

    16°C

  • Terroir

    The climate of Libourne is temperate oceanic, both soft and wet. This allows a controlled ripening of the grapes. The soil is gravelly and clayey, with a significant presence of limestone.

    Grape varieties

    Cabernet-franc, Cabernet-sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot

    Culture type

    Reasoned agriculture

    Content

    75cl

Tasting notes
  • Appearance

    Generally the robe of the wines of Libournais is deep ruby ​​with purple reflections.

  • Aroma

    The red and black fruits are very present with notes of wood and vanilla due to aging more or less long in barrels.

    Wine Empyreumatic | Fruity

  • Taste

    Roundness and power, these red wines have a seductive and full-bodied bouquet.

    Wine Fruity | Round | Tannic

Food and wine pairings
  • Starters

    Aperitif

  • Meat

    Grilled steak, meat in sauce, game

  • Fish and seafood

    Grilled salmon

  • Vegetables

    Large fries

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Château Marsau

Château Marsau
2011 | Bordeaux-Côtes-de-Francs | red | 75cl

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France

Castle Marsau is located halfway between Pomerol and Saint Emilion, on a little-known appellation: Côtes de Francs. The ambition of An

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Bordeaux

France

Bordeaux is the largest appellation contrôlée wine region in France. Its temperate ocean climate and favourable soils enable it to produce wines of great quality, derived mainly from the red grape varieties Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc, and from the white grapes Sémillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle. There's something here for every wine lover. Wines such as Médoc or Saint-Emilion, with their matchless reputation, can be laid down for years – some of them reach their peak after 50 years of maturing! As a result, certain Bordeaux wines are among the most expensive in the world. Located on the banks of the Gironde, the Bordeaux wine region is divided between its left and right banks... so chic! How about a little drive along the Garonne to visit some of the most prestigious vineyards in France?

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Good to know
  • Winemakers

    Listed 4330 winemakers

  • Production

    6 million hectolitres per yer (80% red wines + white wines (dry, sweet and fortified), clairet and crémant rosés)

  • Area

    117 200 ha

  • Soil and subsoil

    Gravel, clay-limestone, sand

  • Grape variety

    Reds and rosés : 6 red grape varieties authorised under appellation contrôlee: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Petit Verdot, Carmenère

    Whites : 5 white grape varieties authorised under appellation contrôlee: Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Muscadelle, Colombard, Ugni Blanc, Merlot Blanc