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Château des Eyrins

Bordeaux

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Of all the famous communes in the Haut-Médoc, Margaux is both the largest and most varied.

The best terroirs—the vineyards of the appellation’s grandest châteaux—are nestled nearby one another, and it’s within this nucleus of superior vineyards that Château Eyrins can be found. Their two and a half hectares of vines are adjacent to plots owned by Château Margaux and Lascombes. Since the 2009 vintage, the property has belonged to the dynamic couple of Julie Médeville and Xavier Gonet, owners and managers of Château Gilette in Sauternes, Château Respide-Médeville in Graves, and Maison Gonet-Médeville in Champagne. The vines are 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot and 3% Petit Verdot. The 2012 edition of the Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France put it unequivocally: “A veritable revelation in recent vintages, this two and a half hectare vineyard is capable of producing refined and elegant wines at the level of many classified growths. Bargain hunters take note. Both their 2009 and their 2010 are remarkable, yielding wines of great refinement. Score of 17/20 for the 2009.”

Of all the famous communes in the Haut-Médoc, Margaux is both the largest and most varied.

The best terroirs—the vineyards of the appellation’s grandest châteaux—are nestled nearby one another, and it’s within this nucleus of superior vineyards that Château Eyrins can be found. Their two and a half hectares of vines are adjacent to plots owned by Château Margaux and Lascombes. Since the 2009 vintage, the property has belonged to the dynamic couple of Julie Médeville and Xavier Gonet, owners and managers of Château Gilette in Sauternes, Château Respide-Médeville in Graves, and Maison Gonet-Médeville in Champagne. The vines are 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot and 3% Petit Verdot. The 2012 edition of the Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France put it unequivocally: “A veritable revelation in recent vintages, this two and a half hectare vineyard is capable of producing refined and elegant wines at the level of many classified growths. Bargain hunters take note. Both their 2009 and their 2010 are remarkable, yielding wines of great refinement. Score of 17/20 for the 2009.”

Château des Eyrins

Bordeaux

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2019

Margaux

Margaux

Château des Eyrins

Red wine

Bordeaux, France

Private import

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