Chateau Margaux 2004
Chateau Margaux 2004 is a highly prestigious red wine produced in the Médoc region of northwest Bordeaux, France. The grapes used for its production are mainly Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, grown in vineyards located on the Chateau Margaux Estate.
The grapes are grown using sustainable farming techniques that prioritize the preservation of biodiversity and the reduction of environmental impact. In particular, Chateau Margaux is committed to integrated vine disease management, using only natural and organic products for plant defense.
Chateau Margaux's production philosophy is based on a balance between tradition and innovation, with the goal of preserving the identity and quality of the terroir. After harvesting, the grapes are gently crushed and undergo fermentation in stainless steel, with a skin maceration of about three weeks. The resulting wine is then aged in French oak barrels for about 18 months before bottling.
Chateau Margaux 2004 has a deep ruby red color and a complex and intense aromatic bouquet, with notes of red fruit, spices, tobacco and cocoa. The palate is characterized by a great tannic structure, balanced by a pleasant softness and acid freshness, with a long aromatic persistence.
DENOMINATION: Margaux AOC
REGION: Bordeaux (France)
GRAPES: 87% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 2%Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot