Château Margaux

Margaux Premier Grand Cru Classé Red Bordeaux Blend

9.4136 ratings
9.437 pro ratings
Margaux, Médoc, Bordeaux, France
Red Bordeaux Blend
Top Notes For
Connor McMahon

Very impressive wine! Surprisingly clean wine. Still a baby!

Very impressive wine! Surprisingly clean wine. Still a baby!

Nov 29th, 2019
Garen Staglin

Wet dog plus mint and berry. Beautiful.

Wet dog plus mint and berry. Beautiful.

Jun 9th, 2019
Greg Gregory

Meh

May 21st, 2018
Joseph McDonald

This was amazing...medium body, rich organic soil, newly ridden horse saddle, tart cherry, dried crocodile leather, extra long finish, sophisticated structure, finishing with a dark sweet cherry...a perfect bottle of wine.

This was amazing...medium body, rich organic soil, newly ridden horse saddle, tart cherry, dried crocodile leather, extra long finish, sophisticated structure, finishing with a dark sweet cherry...a perfect bottle of wine.

13 people found it helpfulJan 31st, 2014
George Chen

Excellent Margaux profile. Generous throughout and no shyness. Balance and soft tannins.

Excellent Margaux profile. Generous throughout and no shyness. Balance and soft tannins.

1 person found it helpfulApr 10th, 2016
Yoon Ha

Master Sommelier/Wine Director Benu

9.6

Already beautiful, it will bring you to your knees in 10 years.

Already beautiful, it will bring you to your knees in 10 years.

Feb 10th, 2017
Charles Antin

Senior Wine Specialist/Auctioneer Zachys

9.4

Needs more than the 4 hours in decanter we gave it.

Needs more than the 4 hours in decanter we gave it.

Jan 5th, 2016
Max Tierno

And still just a baby. Such elegance from a wine with so much oak and from a grape with so much power.

And still just a baby. Such elegance from a wine with so much oak and from a grape with so much power.

Oct 20th, 2015
Ed Lehrman

1995 In magnum. Don't need to say much. If you like great Bordeaux, this is it. Still showing pretty young but is unfortunately my last bottle. Carpe diem.

1995 In magnum. Don't need to say much. If you like great Bordeaux, this is it. Still showing pretty young but is unfortunately my last bottle. Carpe diem.

Jun 13th, 2015
John Jansma

Infanticide, needs 5-10 more years. Red fruit still very bright tertiaries starting to develop

Infanticide, needs 5-10 more years. Red fruit still very bright tertiaries starting to develop

Jan 8th, 2015